By Steven Meyer Recent newspaper accounts describe Bloomington as being obstructionist when it comes to I-69. What they fail to report is that Bloomington officials are the only ones bravely raising reasonable questions about this project in the face of anti-democratic tactics on behalf of the state. Here is a recap of the events from [...]

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By Jesse Kharbanda, HEC Executive Director Indiana’s air may not be thick with black dust anymore, but air pollution continues to be a challenge in our state.   Many of our coal plants, providing the vast majority of our electricity, continue to spew particulates, and our paltry alternatives to automobile travel compound that problem.   So Indiana [...]

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By Falon French Everyone has hobbies – my hobby is food.  I love to cook, I love to eat, and I love to talk about food!  Most Saturdays you can find me at the Lafayette farmers market, either shopping or volunteering.  More than anything, I love to talk to farmers about how they grow their [...]

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