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Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne, left) and House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Republican legislative leaders are vowing to push through a bill clarifying that the newly-passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act will not...
Richmond, Indiana is hoping that investing in the past will push it into the future. The city near the Ohio border has formed a new nonprofit company to revitalize and redevelop numerous historic neighborhoods. Richmond Neighborhood Restoration Inc. aims to restore dozens of old...
The presidents of three universities in Indiana released statements Sunday condemning Indiana's religious freedom law. Saying he stepped into the controversy with "a certain degree of apprehension," Butler President James Danko said he was nevertheless compelled to do so after...
House Republicans are still pondering whether to plunge ahead with a bill to replace the ISTEP exam. The Senate voted 46-3 for a bill which would abolish ISTEP after next year's test and replace it with something shorter and easier to grade in 2017. Speaker Brian Bosma (R-...
The following statement was issued Saturday morning from President James Danko: As president of Butler University I am particularly sensitive to the importance of supporting and facilitating an environment of open dialogue and critical inquiry, where free speech and a wide range...
Angie's List is backing out of a plan that would give the company a more than $18 million dollar tax break for a full renovation of a Ford plant on Indy's east side. Officials with the consumer review site. Angie's List CEO Bill Oesterle says he doesn't want to associate this...
Angie's List is backing out of a plan that would give the company a more than $18 million dollar tax break for a full renovation of a Ford plant on Indy's east side. Officials with the consumer review site. Angie's List CEO Bill Oesterle says he doesn't want to associate this...
(Photo courtesy of RTV6) Thousands showed up downtown to protest the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The contravercial act known as RFRA brought gay-rights activists together with religious groups and members of the Indianapolis City-Council. The protestors marched from...
The Indianapolis City-County Council will be taking up a resolution on Monday that would formally state its opposition to the Religious Freedom Reformation Act. The resolution has been drafted by Council Vice President John Barth. The resolution states that the RFRA could allow...