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Welch signs pledge against attack campaigning

Now, 14 years later, Welch has signed a pledge to combat her consultants’ urging to attack Peggy Mayfield, the Republican running for her seat in the Indiana House.

Committee studies substance use disorders

Now, Blair is the head advocate for Senate Concurrent Resolution 7, commonly referred to as the Jennifer Act, which compelled the General Assembly’s Commission
on Mental Health and Addiction to study involuntary commitment of persons with substance use disorders.

DNC moves Obama speech venue

IU history professor Michael Grossberg was going to drive to North Carolina to watch President Obama’s speech. The Democratic National Convention didn’t have room for him.

Sophomore Antony Vo fills out paperwork at the voter registration Wednesday at the Indiana Memorial Union.

Democratic Party volunteers register voters in IMU

Levison is a volunteer with the Democratic Party of Monroe County, but her work on campus Wednesday wasn’t about any one party. It was about ensuring students knew the value of their vote in November and, of course, that they were registered to do so.

‘We can change it’

Officials of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., bumped convention happenings back a day.

Democrats meet with Daniels to discuss health care

On Monday, Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels and Democratic gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial candidates John Gregg and Sen. Vi Simspon, D-Bloomington, respectively, met to discuss implementation of the health care law.

Romney, Ryan seek nomination despite delayed RNC

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and presumptive vice-presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., are expected to be nominated during Tuesday’s session.

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