In future considerations, the Indiana Chamber would encourage the governor (and lawmakers) to listen to the concerns of the trucking industry.
Revenue diversion is wrong, whether it’s gasoline and diesel taxes or tolls.
As our community data shows, once housed, 90 percent of households remain housed a year later.
It is not fair to business owners who have invested in this community to have congregations of panhandlers outside their doors.
In 2016, the Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association worked with the General Assembly on legislation that enacted a solution to encourage restaurant development without harming current permit values.
The current quota system is based on the number of people that live in a community, not visitors.
When we stop industry-wide progress in how many miles we get from a gallon of gas, we’re likely stalling progress in reducing the amount of car exhaust we generate during our daily commutes.
We expect that fuel economy will keep rising. The only question is at what speed.
The political children are at play here. But we need an adult in charge because the stakes are too high for our country.
Despite the prayers, tears and pleading by the left and the media on cable news, the special counsel and his team of mostly Democratic lawyers and investigators haven’t released any evidence of collusion because, as President Trump has repeatedly said, there was no collusion.
Daily commuters, weekend and event visitors, and businesses large and small count on the roads moving more than 160,000 vehicles daily as safely and smoothly as possible.
We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to correct the mistakes of the past.
Justice Kennedy has kept abortion-on-demand legal nationwide.
We are your daughters, your sisters, your granddaughters, your nieces. Show us respect.
Hoosier families are more varied and diverse than just a few decades ago.
The collapse of marriage is the primary cause of child poverty in the United States.
Gambling is nothing more than a tax on people who don’t know math.
There are plenty of reasons it makes sense for Indiana to lead the first wave of states legalizing sports betting. Chief among them is our reputation as a sports mecca.
While these cities definitely benefit from hosting all this regional economic activity, they must handle heavy rush-hour traffic and wear-and-tear on their streets, as well as provide public-safety services to accommodate the increased workday population.
Public officials value regional collaboration—but there’s no support for a new tax on commuters.