Food prices would rise and some farms would be in jeopardy of failing.
Rhetoric hasn’t stopped China from overproducing steel, manipulating currency or denying labor rights to working people.
We should examine the models that are already working in a number of other states to provide paid family and medical leave to all workers.
We encourage employers who are able to offer paid parental leave to do so.
We need to re-evaluate the value of firearms with trained and law-abiding citizens and security staff instead of gun-free zones.
Guns in classrooms and in the hands of teachers is antithetical to establishing a teacher-student relationship built on trust and support.
Indiana has unlicensed, skilled individuals who can help meet our classroom needs.
Students have other avenues for the expression of their free speech rights without interference or regulation by school administrators.
Welcome to Indiana schools, where the First Amendment is merely a portion of a social studies exam.
When it comes down to dollars and cents, these payday dollars make absolutely no sense for struggling consumers.
HB 1319 will ensure that hardworking Hoosiers continue to have credit options for managing financial difficulties.
Perhaps in a future legislative session, we will seize this opportunity.
Even though CBD is confused with THC, it does not produce psychoactive effects.
CBD remains an illegal controlled substance under federal law. We know this isn’t popular, but it is true.
To make Sunday sales happen, we need more collaboration and less division.
These Hoosiers are our partners; we call them customers.
Compared to the cost of treating HIV or hepatitis C, clean needles are cheap.
Providing items that enable and even encourage exactly the destructive behavior we want to stop is a self-defeating exercise.