Is it freedom-enhancing to defend a veteran’s “right” to commit slow-motion suicide and homicide?
The state should delay unemployment tax increases on businesses from 2010 to 2011 to help companies retain workers and possibly
wait long enough for a federal bailout, Republicans who control the Indiana Senate said Tuesday.
The health insurance industry’s sudden counterpunch to the Senate version of health reform echoed in Indiana and
opened a key issue for the rest of the debate: Will covering half of the country’s uninsured mean raising premiums for
the 85 percent of Americans who already have insurance?
If Indianapolis is considered a model on fronts ranging from downtown revitalization to fiscal responsibility, why is it so
late to ban smoking? George Geib, who has been observing Indianapolis as a Butler University historian for 45 years, thinks
the reluctance can be traced to immigration patterns.
Former Indianapolis Mayor Steve Goldsmith, never one to let grass grow under his feet, has started a not-for-profit
with one-time presidential candidate Howard Dean to promote Goldsmithâ??s pet cause of public-private partnerships.
The Council of Project Finance Advisors aims…
Which group should make the spending decisions? Consumers or elected officials?
Most of the critical work of this state legislative session will occur after April 20, because only then will the General
Assembly have a revenue projection for the next biennium.
Positive action, action for the sake of action, and inaction were all on tap in the General Assembly in recent days as lawmakers
prepared to wrap up the first half of the session.