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4 minutes | Sep 10, 2012
Indiana’s Gubernatorial Candidates Weigh in On Health Care Options
The deadlines for two key decisions on implementing the Affordable Care Act are approaching in the next couple of months and Governor Mitch Daniels, whose time in office is nearing an end, says he wants the next governor to be … Continue reading →
1 minutes | Sep 10, 2012
State Wants College Success Coalitions in More Counties
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education wants College Success Coalitions in all 92 Hoosier counties. Currently, 35 exist across the state. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports on what the state is doing to encourage the growth of these outreach … Continue reading →
2 minutes | Sep 10, 2012
IU Scholar Working to Improve Einstein’s Work
An Indiana University mathematics professor believes he and a colleague may have found a way to modify one of Albert Einstein’s equations to account for a mysterious force which won its discoverers a 2011 Nobel Prize. Stan Jastrzebski reports.
1 minutes | Sep 7, 2012
INDOT Plans for Future
With a new state budget in the works during the next legislative session, Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Michael Cline says he’s formulating the state’s priorities and how to pay for them. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports
1 minutes | Sep 6, 2012
Lawmakers Hear Scathing Testimony on DCS
Scathing testimony was heard Wednesday on how the Indiana Department of Child Services handles its child abuse hotline. As Dan Goldblatt reports, several Indiana lawmakers are hoping to improve the way neglected children are treated in the state.
1 minutes | Sep 6, 2012
Specialty License Plates Scrutinized
A legislative study committee will not be making any recommendations this summer on specialty license plates or the regulation of them. As Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports, this comes after two hours of testimony on the issue Wednesday.
4 minutes | Sep 5, 2012
StateImpact: Blended Schools
As the popularity of online courses has exploded nationwide, Indiana education officials have greenlighted plans to open schools that attempt to combine the best of computerized and classroom instruction. It’s a model known as ‘blended learning,’ and charter operators have … Continue reading →
2 minutes | Sep 5, 2012
Mourdock Talks Politics With College Students
Indiana GOP Senate hopeful Richard Mourdock spent last night discussing politics with college-age Republicans at Ball State University. Stephanie Wiechmann reports from Muncie.
1 minutes | Sep 5, 2012
Goverment Seeks to Strengthen Do Not Call Lists
Government officials, legislators, industry leaders and consumer advocates are exploring ways to crack down on violators of the federal and state Do Not Call lists in a series of roundtables around the state. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports.
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