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Kruzan vetoes sharpshooting deer

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Mayor Mark Kruzan vetoed the city's deer sharpshooting ordinance, sending the resolution back to the council without his signature.





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Assessor will be opposed in general election

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William Ellis was taken off the Monroe County primary ballot for assessor in February for not having the appropriate certification, but will likely be back in the race for the general election.



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Coats continues hard-line position on Russia

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Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., has been one of the loudest voices in Washington, D.C., opposing Russia’s military actions in the disputed Crimea territory. On Wednesday, Coats introduced his latest effort on this front — a bill that would prevent the U.S. from recognizing Russian sovereignty in Crimea.



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County council discusses youth services, energy funds

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The Monroe County Council decided to postpone a vote Tuesday night on raising the juvenile county option income tax, which funds the Youth Services Bureau of Monroe County and juvenile probation officers, and it passed a motion to transfer funds from the county to the Energy Conservation Non-Reverting Fund.


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House passes Young’s work hours bill

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The US House of Representatives approved a bill sponsored by Rep. Todd Young, R-9th District, to repeal the definition of full-time employment as 30 hours per week in the Affordable Care Act on Thursday.


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Pence declines to sign bill pausing Energizing Indiana

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Gov. Mike Pence opted to withhold from signing a bill passed by the Indiana General Assembly to “pause” Energizing Indiana’s energy-efficiency program, but the legislation will still become law without the governor’s signature.