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Election could give GOP control of state policy decisions

With a Republican tide predicted to wash over the country in next month’s election, there is a very real chance that the Indiana House will be dominated by the GOP for the first time since 2005-06, putting virtually all policy-setting responsibilities in Indiana in one party’s hands.

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Is Baron Hill high and dry?

The congressman was the only one from the Indiana delegation to vote for cap and trade. Now, with the Senate having gotten
cold feet on the legislation, Hill might have been left to twist in the wind.
 

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Big budget cuts will make for bitter state politics

As Indiana’s reserves dwindle toward zero and federal stimulus money disappears, trying to keep political debate friendly
and the budget in the black will be quite a challenge. Half a year before they must craft the next state budget, Democrats
and Republicans already are squabbling.

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Joe Andrew to chair international law firm

The former chairman of the Democratic party in Indiana was named co-chairman of the firm resulting from the June 9 merger
of Washington, D.C.-based Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP and United Kingdom-based Denton Wilde Sapte LLP.

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