INDIANAPOLIS | Could Indiana lead the way in the development of the second generation of nuclear power after being the only Midwest state to skip the first?
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence is bringing state lottery director Karl Browning back to once again lead the Indiana Department of Transportation.
All Americans know how the democratic process works. Someone puts forth a proposal, then it's put to a vote, and whichever side gets the most votes wins — except that didn't happen Tuesday in the Indiana House of Representatives.
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