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Buttigieg Addresses Young Democrats Convention

“The reality is there are a lot of committed racists whose vote I’m never going to get and that’s alright.”

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Importantville: Buttigieg Speaks To Young Dems In Indy

“The New Deal era ended with Reagan. The Reagan era ends with us.”

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Importantville: Buttigieg’s Staff Hits 250 As Indiana Becomes 2020 Epicenter

What’s happening—and what’s next—at the intersection of Indiana politics and business?

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Can Young Activists Give Indiana Dems Better Than A Puncher’s Chance?

“We are in a little bit of a hole. But we’re climbing out of it.”

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Phil Gulley: Road To Ruin

Slashing taxes sounds like a great idea. Until it isn’t.

A Bingo board made up of Pete Buttigieg catchphrases.
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Importantville: Democratic Debate And Buttigieg Bingo

Ope, free space!

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Line In The Sand

Is the Dunes’ promotion a one-time victory for conservation in Indiana, or the start of a new era of environmental activism in the state?

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The Looming Fight Between Pete And Pence

It could be a Hoosier battle royale, one that pits the gay Episcopalian war-veteran mayor against the evangelical former governor.

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Phil Gulley: How We Rolled

The thrill of motorcycling is the point, the counter-narrative to the bubble-wrapped life of modern America.

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The Immaculate Deception

How a Zionsville doctor secretly used his own sperm to impregnate more than 50 fertility patients.

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Richard Lugar, A Friend Until The End

“He couldn’t hide the fact that he was the smartest person in the room. He was the opposite of ‘folksy,’ which was fine in my estimation—I have always felt ‘folksy’ was often phony, and that was a charge that could never be made against Dick Lugar.”

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The Late Edition

Buyouts and layoffs at The Indianapolis Star beg questions about what the city would look like without it.

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Phil Gulley: Reefer Madness

“If a man or woman, at the end of their long and difficult day, wants to smoke a joint and relax, that does not impinge upon my happiness in the least.”

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The Bygone Era Of Birch Bayh

Birch Bayh was born in Terre Haute in 1928, just before the start of the Great Depression. From the beginning, his life was marked by a mix of national and local, agriculture and ambition.

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Dick Wells, Orchid Farmer

“Dick knows his stuff. He shows up with what we need and is excited for our success.”

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