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March 19 2024

INNS story: Indiana farmland off limits to ‘foreign adversaries’

(Photo/Pexels.com)   This story was originally published by Indiana News Service (INNS), part of the Public News Service network.   by Joe Ulery, producer Indiana News Service March 19, 2024   A bipartisan law set to take effect this summer prohibits foreign advers “...”

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March 19 2024

ICC story: Holcomb vetoes antisemitism compromise, signs bill weakening Public Access Counselor

This story was originally published by the Indiana Capital Chronicle, a Free Press Indiana partner. By Whitney Downard Indiana Capital Chronicle March 18, 2024 Gov. Eric Holcomb on Monday opted to issue his first — and last — veto of the session on House Bill 1002, a priority “...”

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March 14 2024

Todd Young’s lonely path

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com March 13, 2024 U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Indiana, made some news the other day. He said he wouldn’t be endorsing a candidate in the presidential election. The senator was, as usual, diplomatic and courteous in refusing to put his stamp of appro “...”

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March 13 2024

ICC Story: AG Rokita says Gov. Holcomb should veto ‘toothless’ antisemitism ban

By Leslie Bonilla Muniz

(Photo/The Indiana Citizen) This story was originally published by the Indiana Capital Chronicle, a Free Press Indiana partner.   By Leslie Bonilla Muniz Indiana Capital Chronicle March 12, 2024 Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita on Tuesday called on Gov. Eric Holcomb to v “...”

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March 11 2024

Celebration and recrimination as Indiana’s 2024 legislative session comes to a close

(Photo/The Indiana Citizen) By John Asplund and DeMarion Newell TheStatehouseFile.com March 8, 2024 The 2024 legislative session officially closed Friday, with Senate President Pro Tempore Rodric Bray, R-Martinsville, declaring “sine die” around 9:30 p.m. While the G “...”

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March 11 2024

MIRROR INDY story: Indiana Election Commission removed three Indianapolis candidates from the May primary ballot

(Photo/Pexels.com) This story was originally published by Mirror Indy, a Free Press Indiana partner. By Emily Hopkins Mirror Indy March 6, 2024 There is little question that Chunia Graves is a Democrat. She is part of the Indiana Democratic Party’s 2023-24 class of emerging l “...”

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March 07 2024

ICC story: Indiana Supreme Court issues 3-2 opinion upholding party affiliation statute in Rust case

(Photo/courtesy of Indiana Courts) This story was originally published by Indiana Capital Chronicle, a Free Press Indiana partner. By Niki Kelly and Casey Smith Indiana Capital Chronicle March 6, 2024 The Indiana Supreme Court on Wednesday belatedly released an 84-page opinion up “...”

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March 06 2024

PNS story: Good-paying jobs available in rural America, report says

(Photo/Pexels.com) This story was originally published by Public News Service. By Eric Tegethoff, producer Public News Service March 6, 2024 Opportunities for good paying jobs exist in rural areas across Washington and the rest of the country, despite myths such places have been “...”

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March 05 2024

HB 1338 with new limits on public access counselor passes Indiana Senate, returns to House

(Photo/Xain Ballenger at TheStatehouseFile.com) By Marilyn Odendahl The Indiana Citizen March 5, 2024 Indiana Senate Republicans on Tuesday approved a bill, which included provisions that they say will “provide some direction” to the state’s public access counselor – but “...”

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March 04 2024

Amendment blocking severely rebuked lawyers from running for AG scrapped by Indiana Senate

By Marilyn Odendahl The Indiana Citizen March 4, 2024 As quietly as it was slipped into a bill, an amendment that would have barred certain lawyers who had been sanctioned from serving as Indiana attorney general was removed by the Indiana Senate. Sen. Mike Gaskill, R-Pendleton, “...”