When I think of cancer and the pain that it causes, I usually think of a single person, or that person’s family.   But what about when it seems to be afflicting a whole community?   Last winter, I came to know of a community just 90 minutes northeast of Indianapolis where anecdotes seemed to suggest something [...]

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Despite the struggling economy and a generic anti-tax sentiment, voters in 2010 approved over 3/4 of local referenda around the country that provide new funding for public transit.  These outcomes indicate that Americans are willing to invest in efficient transit systems that improve quality of life, create jobs and expand mobility. HEC is working to [...]

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The trains run on time in St. Louis, where 50,000 people a day get to work, school, or city attractions on efficient, comfortable transit trains.  HEC is part of a delegation of Hoosiers in the city this week to learn more about how scores of American cities have invested in modern and effective transit systems [...]

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Do you want to help improve public transit in Indiana, but aren’t sure what you can do to make it happen? Join HEC and our partners as we push for the 2012 Indiana General Assembly to authorize voter referenda that would allow communities to create dedicated and adequate funding for public transit. The referenda would [...]

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