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Meeting sparks I-69 debate

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Representatives of the Indiana Department of Transportation opened a meeting to gather feedback on the subject of I-69 Monday night.


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Bills to watch: concussions and hunting

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SB 222 would add training for coaches and increased restrictions related to concussions for student athletes. SJR 9 says the right to hunt, fish and harvest wildlife “is a valued part of Indiana’s heritage and shall be forever preserved for the public good.”




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Bills to watch: diplomas and deer

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A house bill could be the first step in creating a statewide requirement for a technical skills-based high school diploma, and a senate bill is addressing the problem of deer on runways.






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Bills to watch: Education standards and providing firearms to felons

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Senate Bill 91 adds a definition of “college and career readiness” to the state’s education standards, and Senate Bill 169 makes it a level 5 felony to give someone a firearm if the provider knows that person is legally ineligible from possessing a firearm or intends to use the firearm to commit a crime.


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No vote for HJR 3 in November

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When the full Senate votes on HJR 3, it will do so without the controversial second sentence, the one which banned civil unions and any similar legal status.