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Whatever 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...
Fiscal literacy good lesson for Hoosiers

When young people get out on their own for the first time, they are faced with making tremendous financial decisions. How to budget for food,...
Undertaking opioid crisis to aid economy

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...
Let your voices be heard by legislators

(TERRE HAUTE) TRIBUNE-STAR It is a time of great change under the Statehouse dome in Indianapolis as legislators convene for the 170th session of the...
Brush-up needed on ethics reform

(Bloomington) Herald-Times One of the things the Indiana General Assembly should put on its agenda for 2017 is ethics reform. Yes, the body passed an ethics...
More work to do on Indiana ethics reform

South Bend Tribune Indiana’s ethics reform law, passed last year in the wake of several scandals, was supposed to address some of the state’s problems. Based...
Coats says farewell, 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...
It’s time to raise Indiana’s cigarette tax

KPC News Service Hoosiers hate taxes, but it’s hard to find a Hoosier leader who opposes the idea of doubling our tax on cigarettes. Now, Indiana...
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus

EDITOR’S NOTE: In keeping with a Christmas Eve tradition, we present the famous newspaper piece, “ Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.” It...
Workers need new strategy for future

The preservation of more than 800 Hoosiers’ jobs restores their hope and eases their worries going into 2017. For most working-class folks, such peace...

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