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Almost half of Marion County voters think the county’s public education system is on the wrong track in a new survey for Indy Politics conducted by Mason Strategies. In addition, by a 55 percent to 40 percent majority, voters support school choice to let parents choose where to...
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A poll of 400 likely Indianapolis voters surveyed last week for Indy Politics by Mason Strategies shows high marks for Governor Eric Holcomb. The survey, conducted Aug 11-14, shows Marion County voters give Holcomb a 60 percent approval rating, while only 24 percent disapprove...
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As South Bend Mayor and Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg tries to win over voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, a poll of likely voters here in Marion County, a Democratic stronghold, shows nearly 60 percent of them either view him unfavorably or have no opinion of him. The...
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Here are the top 10 things you need to know about the budget Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is introducing Monday night to the Indianapolis City-County Council. Takes in $1,212,441,180 in revenue. Spends $1,212,268,739. Increases city fund balances by $171,441. $317 million of...
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Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett will formally unveil his proposed budget Monday night which includes increases for public safety and a decrease in his own office’s expenditures; when compared to last year's proposal. According to the ordinance posted on the city’s website, the...
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The state Inspector General says Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb did not violate state ethics laws when he accepted free travel to two Republican Governors Associations meetings paid for by a gaming company that was lobbying state lawmakers last session. The Indianapolis Star had...
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Here we go again. In what seems to be a never-ending quest to reward low-skilled labor and the failure to get a post-secondary education, we are having a discussion in this country about raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Congress, at least the House of Representatives,...
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John Schmitz, who was seeking an independent run for Mayor, says he will sue the state of Indiana in federal court saying the law that denied more than 2,400 of his petition signatures violates the constitution and the Motor Voter law. Although he turned in nearly 8,300...