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INDIANAPOLIS — If it were not for the rise of Donald Trump in 2016, there wouldn’t be a Gov. Eric Holcomb. When that year began, Holcomb was running third in the Republican U.S. Senate … more
If the months since the November elections have shown us anything, it’s that the US is more deeply divided than we’ve experienced in a very long time. This has been building at least … more

In 1959 an act of governance dropped the number of school districts in Indiana 966 to 402 by consolidating schools and creating districts that served more than 1,000 students. The consolidation of … more
Without grace, our public discourse will continue to suffer. “Grace,” according to Dictionary.com, has more than one meaning, but all of them are powerful. Grace is “a … more

  January 6, 2021 scars our memories as a Day of Shame. Images of a mob roaming through our Capitol building breaking things and threatening Vice President Mike Pence and Congress in session … more
I participated in a PBS TV show last week — three General Assembly watchers and a host doing our annual legislative preview session — and it was a little unsettling. Because of the … more

INDIANAPOLIS — When newly-elected Mike Pence showed up at the U.S. Capitol for his first joint session of Congress on Jan. 6, 2001, he watched Vice President Al Gore declare George W. Bush and … more
Wednesday was a sad day for America. We watched the mob violence and lawlessness in Washington with a tear in our eye. We saw images of the Capitol stormed by hundreds of yahoos who fought with … more

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