Letter From Michiana: Legalizing Cannabis in Indiana (Don’t Hold Your Breath)

Hoosiers like to say that Indiana waits. Waits, that is, for other states to make changes and adopt new-fangled ideas so that we don’t have to. This attitude is promoted by many of our reigning elected officials, who like thinking of Indiana as the cracker barrel philosopher of states, the winking codger who spits and […]

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Mysteries common to us all: The art of Lois Main Templeton

By David Hoppe I first met Lois Main Templeton at the Faris Building in 1988. My wife and I had moved to Indianapolis with our pre-school son in March of that year. An ice storm descended on the city during our first night in the duplex we rented in Broad Ripple. When we awoke, morning […]

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Trump’s budget kills jobs

Trump and Company are reluctant to come out and say what this really about — the dissolution of the United States of America.

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The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library: Worthy of his name

Vonnegut’s love for Indianapolis was abiding.

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One party, no matter what

In Indiana, Republicans take care of each other.

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A clean energy future could be closer than you think

A recent report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) finds that the technology is now available to cut America’s carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 78 percent within the next 15 years.

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