Indianapolis Business Journal

OCT. 15-21, 2021

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has long been a proving ground for automotive innovations, and organizers of the Indy Autonomous Challenge say it's part of that tradition. Mickey Shuey explains what the track, the state and corporate supporters have to gain from the competition that lets computers drive race cars. Also in this week's paper, John Russell reports that AES Indiana is trying to recoup more than a million dollars it spent on power from outside its system from ratepayers. And Leslie Bonilla Muñiz details the challenge of moving most of Marion County’s criminal justice system from downtown Indianapolis to the new Community Justice Campus.

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Letter: Bail funds don’t need regulation

Bail funds have existed for decades as a community-based response to the growing use of pretrial detention, and recent analyses show that releasing more people pretrial does not lead to increases in crime.

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