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Unemployment in Indiana Increases During Coronavirus Crisis

Across the country, people are working from home, self-quarantining, and staying away from businesses. Businesses are also closing. Not every job is one that can be done remotely, and as the coronavirus epidemic plagues our nation, people are losing their jobs.  According to Gov. Eric Holcomb, Indiana has over $2 billion in reserve, putting the...

Closures Across Indiana Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, Governor Eric Holcomb has urged the public to take precautions seriously and work to limit its spread. The Governor indicated that he would leave the decision of school closings and cancellations of large gatherings to local leaders and school districts. One after another, schools in the state began...

Can Having a Second Child Affect Your Marriage?

You meet, fall in love, then get married. For many couples the next step is having children. The first child is exciting, scary, and everything is so new. When your first bundle of joy comes, you quickly realize how drastically your life is going to change. While you were once just a pair, as you...

William Shatner Settles Divorce With Wife of 18 Years

After 18 years of marriage, William and Elizabeth Shatner have settled their divorce. The couple separated in February of 2019 and they settled their divorce in a Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. According to court filings and media reports included in the settlement, William Shatner was awarded horse breeding equipment and...

Indiana University Football Player Charged With Domestic Battery

According to reports, the Bloomington police have released information on an Indiana University football player who was arrested and charged with alleged domestic battery. The incident took place on Saturday, February 22. The football player, identified as Peyton Hendershot, 20, of Bloomington, is a sophomore redshirt who played tight-end. Late on Saturday night, at approximately...

Indiana Seeks to Expand The Healthy Indiana Plan

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is seeking a 10-year extension of the state’s Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP). The HIP is a health insurance program that is offered to residents of the state aged 19 to 64 who are low-income. There are five plans including HIP Plus, HIP Basic, HIP State Plan Plus, HIP...

The Indiana House Endorses Bill to Slow Coal Mining Plant Closures

On Monday, February 3, 2020, the Indiana House endorsed a proposal supporting coal-fired power plants. House Bill 1414, was voted 52-41. HB 1414 will make it more challenging for utility companies to close these plants by imposing extra state reviews prior to any shutdowns.  Environmental groups argued that propping up the coal industry was bad...

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