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- Even with a court victory, same-sex marriage advocates keep on campaigning Denise Moe spent Wednesday celebrating a federal judge’s ruling striking down Indiana’s same-sex marriage ban, but she says the real work in support of marriage equality has just begun.
- No remonstrance in Ingalls yet The annexation of property north of Interstate 69 is almost complete for Ingalls.
- Same sex couples can get license in Madison County Confusion reigned in the Madison County clerk's office Wednesday after Judge Richard Young struck down Indiana's ban on gay marriage.
- Feds raise reservoir concerns Two federal agencies have raised concerns about the proposed Mounds Lake Reservoir project including the skipping of an important step to consider alternatives.
- Ken de la Bastide: Basey to join Sheriff's race as Libertarian There will be a third candidate vying in the November election to become the next Madison County Sheriff.
- County EMA to relocate its Linwood offices For the past half-century the former Linwood school building has been the control center for the Madison County Emergency Management Agency, but now the county commissioners are considering moving the agency to the former Triple-L youth facility near the intersection of Mounds and Rangeline roads.
- Store owners complain new shoplifting law too lax Retailers are relieved that lawmakers have fixed an error in a new criminal law that would have made it tough to arrest shoplifters. Now they want a harsher penalty restored for thieves.
Bosma: No ethics sanctions against Turner
House Speaker Brian Bosma said Tuesday he will not sanction House Speaker Pro Tem Eric Turner after an ethics probe determined the lawmaker did not technically violate state ethics rules.
- Ken de la Bastide: Democrats lining up for 2015 mayoral primary battle A lot can change between now and the date when candidates can officially file for the 2015 municipal elections, but as of this week three Democrats are preparing to seek the party’s mayoral nomination.
Congressional leaders want answers from VA
What is taking place at the Veteran Affairs medical facilities around the country is a tragedy, Rep. Susan Brooks said. Brooks and Senators Joe Donnelly and Dan Coats are pushing for answers on how to resolve the problem of providing quality health care to the nation’s veterans.
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