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Editor’s note: This column has been updated for clarity.
This January marks the midway point in Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s first gubernatorial term. As we progress into the latter half of Holcomb’s term, let’s take a closer look at the positive influence the Holcomb administration has had on the state.
An array of public officials and activists gathered at the Indiana Statehouse late Tuesday morning for the Indiana Forward press conference. Indiana Forward is a coalition of over 90 members comprised of nonprofits, religious organizations and universities who seek to pass an effective hate crimes bill during the 2019 legislative session.
Merely days before the midterm election, President Donald Trump proposed along the campaign trail using an executive order to end birthright citizenship. Though Trump’s statements prompted news headlines across the country, it seems that since the election his suggestion has been all but forgotten.
With the end of Thanksgiving signaling the start of the holiday season, people everywhere are taking down their DIY-fall decorations, un-boxing their Christmas ornaments and beginning their holiday shopping.
“Sorry, I can’t. I have to work.” As a student employee, that phrase has become my default response to nearly any and all plan-making attempts over the past three and a half years.
Another election season has come and gone, leaving behind a mess of soggy candidate yard signs and “I Voted!” stickers ruined by the Election Day rain.