Early voting for the Tuesday, May 7 primary election began on Wednesday, April 9. Make your voice heard by submitting a question for the candidates by the end of today.
According to the results of a new, disturbing report by the Pew Research Center, 71 percent of Americans think their local media outlets are doing just fine financially, but only 14 percent report paying for local news during the past year. Does anyone else see the problem here?
On Monday, March 25, the Indiana Poor People's Campaign, one of 35 state campaigns across the nation, was gathered at the Statehouse to demand “a massive overhaul of voting rights, welfare and work requirements, living wages, health care, access to clean water, housing, ecological devastation and an end to endless war, to lift up the 140 million Americans currently living in poverty.”
This isn't partisan to me. This is about transparency. If the report says what Trump and his supporters say, then so be it. I'm not afraid of the truth. The American people have paid millions of dollars for this investigation. We deserve to read the full report directly from Mueller himself. Anything less will be viewed as a whitewash.
On Monday, March 25, Rep. Greg Steuerwald, R-Avon, added an amendment to an unrelated bill which added hate crimes protections to a victim or group's “real or perceived characteristic, trait, belief, practice, association, or other attribute the court chooses to consider.” That list did not include gender, for which advocates of a comprehensive hate crimes legislation have advocated.
You can always search for people you've unfollowed on Facebook by name if you really want to find them for some specific reason. If you take the extra step of unfriending them, however, you're denying your future self that option.
In response to the Christchurch attack, leaders from several different religions in Indiana gathered Thursday at the Statehouse in support of a hate crimes bill which includes protected classes. The current version of Senate Bill 12 does not. But, other faith-based groups in the state want it that way.
Spin has now joined Bird and Lime as the third scooter company given approval for operation in Indianapolis. The news follows a turbulent year for scooters in the city.
The Tiny House Nation episode featuring Stephanie Barber and her father, Jim Barber, “Going Tiny To Make Things Right,” will premiere at 10 p.m. Wednesday on the A&E network, and will replay at 8 p.m. Thursday on the FYI network. After that, the show will appear on Netflix in the fall.