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Marion Country Democratic Party Chairman Ed Treacy. He accepted an appointment to the Metropolitan Development Commission, which handles land use and zoning issues. How easy will it be for Treacy to offer political paybacks to corporate friends instead of representing the public interest?
Activist Grant Smith of the Citizens Action Coalition. This change-maker is rallying business, government and academe around “Repowering the Midwest,” a clean energy development plan for Indiana that will reduce coal-fired power plant pollution and create 12,000 net jobs by 2010.
Mayor Bart Peterson’s ban. The mayor made the right move when he strengthened the discrimination policy for city employees to include sexual orientation. Existing regulations already barred discrimination based on race, color, disability, religion, sex, age, national origin or veteran status.
Still no IndyGo solution. Fare increase took effect on March 14, raising the cost for riders by $10 for a 31-day pass, or 32 cents per day. But it’s not enough to save the city’s flailing public transportation system.
Michele O’Mara, organizer of Going to the Courthouse. O’Mara, a Hendricks County resident, has launched a national event, planned for Monday, 9-11 a.m. at the City-County Building in Indianapolis, to further the debate over gay marriage and shed light on the people affected by the issue.

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