Democracy Matters advocates for publicly financed elections. The event will also include a mass debate discussing the criticisms of holding elections which are publicly financed.
"I'm trying to get more Republicans involved," said sophomore Brianna Dines, president of Democracy Matters. "We want all opinions. Republicans, democrats, independents, socialists, whatever. We want everyone to have a say in what's going on."
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Young and Donnelly showed a bipartisan effort.
The In the Red Act will allow students to refinance their student loans.
The Hoosiers are now 7-0 at home this season.
New grant program equips first responders with naloxone, an antidote for opioid or heroin overdoses.
Sophomore guard James Blackmon Jr. will have surgery on his right knee.