Indianapolis Star- Editorial One could say an important Bloomington group has offered our avowedly budget-conscious state government a chance to save $400 million. That’s not exactly how the Daniels administration looks at the Bloomington/Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization’s decision not to include the extension of I-69 in its local plan. The proposed 27-mile stretch from [...]

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Hoosier Environmental Council, Blackford County Concerned Citizens to Hold Public Health Workshop HARTFORD CITY – MAY 10, 2011 – Citizens from Blackford County will meet on May 21st in the county seat of Hartford City, located 75 miles northeast of Indianapolis, to attend a first-ever Public Health Workshop focused on high levels of cancer in [...]

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In the midst of major flooding along the Wabash River, East and West Forks of the White River, and the Ohio River, the state of Indiana is poised to begin construction of an I-69 crossing over the East Fork White River which will worsen flooding on about 6,000 acres of floodplain land including very productive [...]

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A few short weeks ago, the U.S. Senate defeated not one, but four attempts to strip EPA of authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions as a harmful pollutant.  Three of these attempts were temporary delays on EPA action, and one would have permanently stripped EPA of their authority. The three bills focused on delaying EPA [...]

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