Indianapolis Business Journal

OCT. 11-17, 2019

In this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey has a comprehensive accounting of the 18 new hotels that have been proposed for downtown Indianapolis. There’s an unprecedented number of rooms in the pipeline, but experts don’t expect all of the hotels to materialize. Also, in this issue, Anthony Schoettle explains how California’s Fair Pay to Play Act is vexing the Indianapolis-based NCAA and appears to be at the forefront of a significant shift in attitude toward allowing college athletes to earn money. And Susan Orr explores complaints against a local investment firm from clients who say brokers steered them into unsuitable investments.

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Letter: Band together to fight youth vaping

According to the Indiana Youth Tobacco Survey released Aug. 29 by the State Department of Health, more than 65,000 Indiana high school students are using e-cigarettes. That’s enough to fill Lucas Oil Stadium.

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Letter: Vaping crisis not a surprise

Could we not see this coming? An alternative nicotine delivery mechanism, untested and unregulated by the federal government, with slick advertising and features (like flavoring) designed to appeal to children who might otherwise not pick up the habit—seriously?

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