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What happened to trial by jury?

FORT WAYNE NEWS-SENTINEL A trial by jury is one of our fundamental rights and a bedrock of the criminal justice system. Furthermore, it has been...
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Fiscal literacy good lesson for Hoosiers Kokomo Tribune When young people get out on their own for the first time,...
School pay formula mess that needs fix

(Terre Haute) Tribune-Star Teachers in Indiana’s wealthiest school districts will receive the largest performance-pay bonuses. Those in urban corporations will get a smaller fraction of...
Opioid crisis requires multifaceted approach

Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly A number of northeast Indiana lawmakers believe the state needs to support treatment options to combat the opioid crisis. More than...
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(Bloomington) Herald-Times One of the things the Indiana General Assembly should put on its agenda for 2017 is ethics reform. ...
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Indiana’s ethics reform law, passed last year in the wake of several scandals, was supposed to address some of the state’s problems. ...
Cellphone in trash has bad ring to it

(ANDERSON) HERALD BULLETIN Most of us think we’ve done our job in placing trash and recyclable waste on the curb for pickup. But some Hoosiers are...
State must invest in water infrastructure

(MERRILLVILLE) POST-TRIBUNE Water, water, everywhere it shouldn’t be. About 50 billion gallons of water a year flow from Indiana pipes into places water does not belong,...
Coats says bye, with a warning

KPC News Service In a city of big egos and loud voices, U.S. Sen. Dan Coats provided a welcome dose of humility and quiet wisdom...
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New Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb and new Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick will take office in January. That means everybody should finally...

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