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Study Committee Looks At Taxing E-Cigs

INDIANAPOLIS – You don’t pay cigarette taxes when you buy e-cigarettes. A legislative study committee is taking a second look at changing that. The House passed a vape tax this year, but the bill stalled and died

Indiana School Funding Formulas Are Being Examined

INDIANAPOLIS – The next state budget won’t be written for two years. There could be new guidelines by then for divvying up school funding. Schools get a certain amount per student, plus extra money for what’s called

INDOT To Hold Wednesday Job Fairs

INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a statewide hiring fair on Wednesday, October 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at a number of locations across the state to recruit candidates for over 100

Governors Trip To India Could Mean Big Payoff For Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS–The governor’s trip to India will likely result in a big payoff, said Jim Schellinger, Indiana’s secretary of Commerce, who accompanied Gov. Eric Holcomb, several state economic leaders and mayors to South Korea, China and India, earlier