Editorial: Housing needs more attention at Statehouse

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The (Columbus) Republic

Michael Hicks: Indiana needs more municipal flexibility

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Over the past half-century, a tad more than 90% of population growth in Indiana occurred in metropolitan counties. Half of all the growth in Indiana over the past 50 years occurred in the Indianapolis metro area. That trend is accelerating over the past decade.

Dunn: Backing the Blue

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If we really and truly “back the blue,” shouldn’t we be supporting our Prosecutor’s request for additional funding to meet staffing needs? After all, the Prosecutor’s office is the one that determines if, when, and on what charges those who are arrested will be tried. They’ll also be the ones arguing the case in court (or negotiating a plea bargain) and thus hopefully lessening the likelihood that our police officers will be arresting the same suspects over and over again without sufficient consequences to deter them from criminal activity… or at least convince them to commit their crimes someplace else.

Franke: The Dawn of Artificial Intelligence

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It seems one can’t pick up a newspaper or journal without seeing a major piece on artificial intelligence. Until perhaps a year or so ago, I hadn’t even heard the term except in science fiction and now it gets more Google hits than Taylor Swift’s antics at a Kansas City Chiefs football game — the Taylor Swift phenomenon being something else I hadn’t heard of until recently. I don’t really live in a cave but I would like to.

Michael Hicks: SB202 is wrong solution to real problem in Indiana academia

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I was initially reluctant to weigh in on SB202, but the testimony by fellow professors and administrators almost perfectly illustrates the lack of viewpoint diversity the bill targets.

Editorial: Bills place best interest of banks over customer rights

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The (Fort Wayne) Journal Gazette