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Indiana Legal Services and Organization for a New Eastside. Low-income legal program and community organization (“ONE Powerful Neighbor,” Dispatch, March 26-April 3, 2003) announce “Saving Homes in 46201 Legal Project” to provide help to homeowners in an area victimized by predatory lending.
Indianapolis Star. John Strauss column in City-State section quietly disappears. More syndicated voices run on editorial pages to accompany syndicated columns that dominate other sections. Will Brownsburg obituaries be the only way to know we aren’t reading USA Today?
Indiana Court of Appeals. Allows lawsuit to stand challenging Marion County Jail’s excessive collect call fees (“A Matter of Trust,” Cover, Feb. 11-18, 1999). NUVO contributor Steve Laudig (“No Way to Run a Democracy,” Cover, Dec. 17-24, 2003) is one of the lawyers challenging rates.
President Bush. Hey, Space Cowboy: Plug the deficit and pay to fix problems with education, economy and health care, not to mention the bill you’re running up in Iraq, before spending hundreds of billions going to moon and Mars.
Congresswoman Julia Carson and Mayor Bart Peterson. Carson and Peterson lead a coalition providing free tax preparation so working families can keep their tax refund, not give it up for high-interest refund loans.
Indy March for Choice. Jan. 22 (Roe v. Wade anniversary) party from 7-11 at the Rathskeller will raise funds for bus scholarships to the March to Save Women’s lives in Washington, D.C. The Mudkids will play at 9, cost is $10 ($5 for students).

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