Home prices keep rising but experts say there’s no bubble in sight
“Our area’s price points are not out of control” like other parts of the country, said Rachel Burt, a broker with F.C. Tucker.Read More
We trust the military to follow its extensive vetting process. What needs to be done now is to make sure the Afghan evacuees feel safe and welcome and are well taken care of.
At this point in the pandemic, it seems absurd that Hoosiers trying to go to work and to school and to get on a plane to travel can’t get the tests they need to do those things safely.
All parties need to sit down and figure out how costs can be contained and assure that the Prosecutor’s Office makes the move to help streamline the judiciary process and keep the campus’s development on track.
Still, we would stop short of calling for government-mandated vaccines—something we’re unlikely to see in Indiana regardless. And we don’t believe the city should follow the likes of San Francisco and New York City by requiring residents to be vaccinated to eat in restaurants or work out at gyms.
Together with Manning and many other stars over seven seasons, the Colts were 77-35 and made the playoffs six times.
If other cities had followed Indy’s lead, perhaps the nation would not be in this moratorium limbo, waiting to see if the extension can withstand a court challenge.
We urge majority Republicans to refrain from using redistricting to make political gains, to punish lawmakers (of either party) with whom they might not agree, or to dilute the influence of underserved people.
That’s one of the key questions we should all be asking ourselves after a damning report by the U.S. Inspector General found FBI officials made “fundamental errors” and exhibited “extremely poor judgment” in the handling of sexual abuse allegations against Nassar, first reported to the agency in 2015.
On July 1, the NCAA eliminated a ban on the ability of student-athletes to make money through endorsements, autographs and other uses of their names, images and likenesses.
We know that, as more companies move to remote working opportunities—and examples of that are all around us—employees will be able to more easily choose where they live. For Indiana and central Indiana to compete, we must step up our game.
Poor mental health drives up health care costs, drives down productivity and can lead to significant absenteeism.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has encouraged Biden to use his executive powers to eliminate $50,000 in student loan debt for all borrowers, not just those defrauded. But it’s hard to fathom that those who have yet to pay off their student debt would receive relief while those who have paid off their student loans and are still struggling would be left out.
Brad Chambers has said the state must do a better job telling its story, making people aware that this is a good place to do business.
We applaud Indiana’s own Sen. Todd Young, a Republican, for joining with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a Democrat, in sponsoring the bill and bringing the often-warring political parties together on such important economic issues.
The CDC said last week that it’s safe for vaccinated people to be indoors without masks, prompting a number of communities that have imposed even stricter limits than Indianapolis to eliminate their mandates for face coverings and limits on the number of people who can gather indoors.
What is required is a careful balancing act between encouraging people to get back to work to fill the many available jobs and continuing to offer support to people who can’t find work in their fields.
READI will encourage neighboring counties, cities and towns to partner and apply for grants of up to $50 million per region.
We have supported Holcomb’s handling of the pandemic as well as the larger concept that—as the state’s elected chief executive—it’s the governor’s job to lead the state through an emergency.