Glenda Ritz may still be a rookie on the government gridiron, but her team knows how to orchestrate a good old-fashioned political hit.
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As the new year dawns, so does a new political faction: my own.
President and CEO Daniel F. Evans, Jr., had pointed words for Indiana lawmakers as his company joins the Freedom Indiana campaign.
Indiana’s heralded former senator joined Oprah Winfrey, Loretta Lynn, Gloria Steinem, Bill Clinton, and more as 2013 honorees.
In the wake of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s visit to Butler University and CTS, the latter expresses institutional displeasure with the soon-to-be-reintroduced measure. More than 300 “faith leaders” statewide also wrote an open letter expressing their distaste for it.
Indianapolis Monthly’s parent company will support the defeat of HJR-6, along with business leaders Eli Lilly and Co., Cummins, Indy Chamber, IU, and more.
President Michael McRobbie announced that IU is the state’s first college or university to join the Freedom Indiana coalition of organizations and businesses.
CEO Michael Huber announced the board’s decision this morning.
Indianapolis’s first openly gay city-county councillor and his partner want to get married. Indiana won’t let them. So tomorrow they’re tying the knot in D.C. instead.