Indianapolis Business Journal

NOV. 26-DEC. 2, 2021

Susan Orr explains how Indianapolis-area companies hope to take advantage of the big influx of federal infrastructure dollars, from huge corporations like Cummins Inc. and Allison Transmission Inc. to smaller ones like 120Water Inc. and BCA Environmental Consultants LLC. Also in this week’s issue, Leslie Bonilla Muñiz expands on plans by Indy Parks to add another 90 acres of public green space. And Leslie has an update on how IndyGo is moving ahead with the next two legs of its massive bus rapid transit project, after a messy state legislative session and pandemic-related problems threw a wrench in the timeline.

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Latoya Botteron: Be part of the ‘Book of History’ at the Harrison site

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site is collecting the names and countries of people who were naturalized at the presidential site since 2003—more than 1,500 people—to list in what is officially being called the “Book of History.” But becuase privacy laws preclude the federal government from providing those names publicly, the site needs help tracking down the names.

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Letter: Next year will be pivotal for Biden, U.S.

As the average working person realizes a lower standard of living due to the greatest rate of inflation in decades, the American economy will be on the edge of falling off the cliff. And printing trillions more dollars will only accelerate the fall.

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Letter: IBJ is wrong about vaccine mandates

If you don’t like government mandates, where is your editorial opposing those pesky speed limits that local, state and federal governments mandate for our safety and health? The examples of government mandates are legion.

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