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Indianapolis Star. No more Mary Beth Schneider Sunday political column means yet another respected local voice lost from the Gannett Star. Schneider has a quarter-century of Indiana politics knowledge. Who from Des Moines will replace that?
Marion County Juvenile Court Judge James Payne. Already scolded by appellate court for putting too many Indianapolis kids in jail (“The Exact Opposite of a Juvenile Court,” Dispatch, April 9, 2003), judge now gets chastised by American Bar Association report.
Indiana House Republicans. Voted down a proposal to fund all-day kindergarten for Hoosier kids. How many volumes of research on early childhood education will it take to get these Republicans to pass remedial lawmaking?
WTLC-AM. Willie Frank Middlebrook taken off the air, hushing the only progressive voice on local radio (“On the Left Side of Your Political Dial,” Dispatch, Jan. 22, 2003). Amos Brown show is added, but why can’t we hear them both?
President Bush. Released the three youngest Guantanamo Bay prisoners, thought to be between 13 and 15 years old and natives of Afghanistan, who were held and interrogated for nearly a year without ever being charged with a crime.
Indianapolis community activism. Who says this is a town that won’t confront? IndyGo route cutbacks delayed and lawmakers energized only after hundreds of people loudly and insistently protested the proposed changes. Next meeting Feb. 11, 6 p.m. at Martin University, call 635-6277.

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