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Full text of Obama's address

President Barack Obama addressed the nation after being inaugurated for his second term in office.





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FairTalk members fight for marriage rights in Ind.

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Jean Capler and her partner, Jenny, have been together for 15 years. They go to the movies like any other couple, they go out to breakfast like any other couple and they love each other like any other couple. As two lesbians in the state of Indiana, they cannot get married like any other couple.



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Young accepts appointment to Congress committee

Rep. Todd Young, R-9th District, is one of four new appointees to the Ways and Means Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives for the 113th Congress. Young will be the only Indiana representative on the committee.


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Pence appoints cabinet members

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Gov.-elect Mike Pence began filling out cabinet positions soon after the Nov. 6 election. Pence will take the reigns from two-term Gov. Mitch Daniels following a Jan. 14 inauguration ceremony at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis.


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Ind. 2012 voter turnout falls 4 percent

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Fewer Hoosiers voted in this year’s general election than in 2008. About 58 percent of the 4.5 million registered voters in Indiana hit the polls this election season, a slip from 62 percent in 2008.


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Ind. conomic development results announced

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The 220 companies working with the IEDC have already decided to expand or establish new business operations in Indiana, an increase from the 219 decisions announced last year, IEDC spokesperson Katelyn Hancock said. 


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Porch couches could be axed after code update

Couches, armchairs and futons are among the traditional indoor furniture that dot Bloomington front porches. In the near future, rental property tenants will be banned from using such seating and instead be limited to using only designated outdoor furniture.



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Rep. Welch keeps options open post-election

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The seven-term state representative lost her reelection bid 59 percent to 41 percent.She said she was disappointed about the prospects of not serving in the Statehouse again but was confident in knowing she did all she could to market herself to potential voters.