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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.
Brooks wants more girls in computer science
Technology and computer skills have become a vital part of every business, and U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks would like to see more girls enrolling in computer science classes.
- Anderson City Council approves $1.2 million loan to water utility The Anderson City Council approved an additional $500,000 loan to the Anderson water utility to bridge the cash-flow gap over the next 18 months until an increase in water rates is approved by the state.
- Spencer to run for county clerk Former Madison County Circuit Court Judge Fred Spencer is filling out the Madison County Democrat Party ballot for November’s general election.
- Ken de la Bastide: Is politics behind ISP probe of Rodney Chamberlain? Depending on who is asked, mayoral politics may behind an ISP investigation of Anderson City Councilman Rodney Chamberlain.
- Women redefining gender roles in government Jody Townsend says she is not afraid to tackle life head on. The 35-year-old business owner runs a tight schedule in order to juggle her home and work schedules, but that has not stopped her from adding another responsibility to her agenda — bucking stereotypes.
- Ken de la Bastide: County 911 fees subsidizing other Indiana counties It may prove difficult for Madison County residents to believe, but some of their 911 emergency phone line fees are being used to subsidize Hamilton County.
- Courts help pay computer costs After months of seeking funds to replace computers, the Madison County Council has received assistance from the county court administration.
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