Police should be called and she should be bodily thrown off the bus. No wonder more people won't ride it.
Good riddance to a lousy project. There is no such thing as clean coal and there is plenty of natural gas on this continent. This firm saw gold at the expense of Hoosier ratepayers. Go away and stay away.
Game's as boring as watching gas grow. What's next? Curling?
This story is more proof that Indianapolis continues to evolve and is not afraid of new concepts and ways of doing things. This type of attitude only builds upon itself.
Disagree slightly with the "tolerance" issue. Cincinnati is far more closed to the LGBT and minority community. Will agree that once you get outside Marion County, with some exceptions, you're back to the "Ivory Snow' mentality with politics and tolerance to match.
Gasoline and taxes directly related to vehicles and road pay only 28% of the true cost of building and maintaining roads. It we follow the "Tea Party" and right wing pacs claim that everything should pay for itself then get ready for $6.00 gas and more.
Numerous sources state that only 28% of Indiana's expenses for roads and maintenance comes from the gas tax. Therefore, if we buy into the misguided spending theories of far too many that mass transit deserves no tax dollars, then I say fine. We should raise the fuel tax so it pays 100% of the true cost of highways and roads. My math is rough, to be sure, but I figure a gasoline price of about $7.00 for unleaded regular should pay for it.
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