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Issues like Internet sales tax, a balanced budget, foreign aid, government handouts and more were raised by Putnam County constituents chatting informally Friday afternoon with Congressman Todd Rokita.
An Indiana State Police trooper will be recognized at the White House this weekend for his heroic actions last summer.
Business leaders are reshaping the debate over preschool education, both here and in Indiana, as they realize that a way to have the best workers for tomorrow begins with an early investment in them today.
What started in 2009 as an idea to honor veterans and particularly those of the World War II era culminated this past Saturday with a dedication ceremony to celebrate the memorial park’s completion.
During a recent House Budget Committee hearing, I had an exchange with the director of the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, Jeff Zients, about President Obama’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2014 and how it addresses Medicaid.
The Kermit Gosnell abortion trial is horrific, yet the mainstream media is providing little coverage. Our elected officials have stepped up to expose the Gosnell case themselves. Several members of Congress,
Cass County emergency management officials and representatives from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security inspected several areas of the county Tuesday to assess the impact of recent rainfall.
Two senators from Indiana have put together legislation they say will benefit Hoosier speciality crop producers and save taxpayers money.
Residents from the area came out Friday for a chance to voice concerns, raises issues, or just to chat with U.S. Rep. Rep. Todd Rokita (R-4th District).
The Affordable Care Act is starting to unravel, Howard County’s two representatives in the U.S. House said, as the date for implementation draws closer.