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An Indiana businessman says Obamacare is sucking the life out of small businesses. Dr. Joseph Sergio, president of the Sergio Corporation, based in South Bend, testified before the Joint Economic Committee hearing, "Examining the Effectiveness of the Affordable Care Act" in...
A week after imposing a travel ban on poultry, Indiana's Board of Animal Health is turning its attention to what comes next. The board will take public comment online for the rest of the month on ways to again allow poultry shows in Indiana while minimizing the risk of spreading...
(image courtesy of the Hoosier Lottery) If everything truly is better with bacon, the Hoosier Lottery will bring more of it home, soon. The state lottery has introduced a bacon-scented, and bacon-centric, scratch-off game. Not only is the game called "Bringin' Home The Bacon",...
Marion County Sheriff John Layton says he opposes the current plan for a new Criminal Justice Center that would cost hundreds of millions dollars. Sheriff Layton released a statement Tuesday outlining his opposition on grounds that newly-elected city and county leaders should...
(image courtesy of the State Board of Education) It's early to be sure, but during its first meeting, the new State Board of Education got along much better than the previous board. The board met on the campus of Purdue University, one of a couple of meetings they typically hold...
Gov. Mike Pence (WIBC.com file photo) Governor Pence is the first governor in eight years to issue a welcome letter for next weekend's Indy Pride LGBT celebration. Indy Pride urged Pence in March to provide a welcome letter for the June 13 Circle City IN Pride festival, saying...
A Ball State University Technology expert says voice mail isn't dead, but it's certainly declining in popularity. Ball State's Director of Emerging Technologies Jonathan Blake Huer says many companies will probably follow the lead of JP Morgan Chase which has just cut voicemail...
Baron Hill is looking to go back to Washington. Hill made it official Wednesday and released a statement that he running for U.S. Senate in 2016. "There’s a reason Indiana is known as America’s heartland – it’s because we’re America’s heart and soul. Growing up in Seymour, I...
Glenda Ritz on April 30, announcing she was considering a run for governor (wibc.com file photo) The reconstituted State Board of Education meets for the first time today, and the meeting comes one day before the woman some say is the reason for changes to the board will likely...