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Indiana Reports a Decline in Their Second Quarter GDP Numbers

The second quarter did not report good numbers for Indiana’s economy. Amid all the disruptions to life that the coronavirus pandemic has caused, many businesses have closed their doors. The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis reports that the real gross domestic product in the state declined to about 33%. Examining the state’s economic output has...

10-Year-Old Indiana Boy in Critical Condition After His Father Stabs Him

A 10-year-old boy is at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis in grave condition after he was allegedly stabbed by his own father. The incident took place on East Maple Street in Wabash, Indiana. The police received a call that there was a domestic dispute occurring at the location, and Indiana State Police Sgt. Tony...

How Long Does an Indiana Divorce Take to Resolve?

You have seen those highly publicized Hollywood divorces that seem to take forever to come to a conclusion. They can be messy and lead to leaks of unflattering gossip and vitriol between ex spouses. For some couples, that is how it goes; not every couple is meant to stay together forever. When you and your...

Can I Request More Child Support in Indiana if My Ex Gets a Pay Raise?

Child support exists so that both parents are responsible for supporting their children financially until the child becomes a legal adult or at 18 years of age. Under Indiana divorce laws, both parents must take care of their children’s needs regardless of if the parents are in a relationship or not. When there is a...

Indiana State Senator Jim Merritt to Retire in November

The longest-serving current Republican to serve as Indiana state senator, State Senator Jim Merritt has announced he will retire in November. State Sen. Merritt was elected in 1990, he was responsible for representing residents of Marion and Hamilton counties. As Merritt recollected on his life in public office, he said that it was his “greatest...

Former Indiana ITT Tech Students to be Relieved of $10 Million of Loan Debt 

For 1,354 former ITT Technical Institute Students in Indiana, financial relief is on the way. The Indiana Attorney General’s Office has been able to win their case against PEAKS Trust for $10 million of debt relief for the former students. PEAKS Trust provided private loans during the 2008 financial crisis for students who were unable...

Indianapolis Venues Light Up Red in September

On the first day of the month of September, landmarks across Indianapolis were lit up with a bright red light. The symbolism was to acknowledge the many financial challenges that both workers as well as many businesses in the live event industry have been going through since the pandemic hit. This was referred to as...

Indiana Joins Child and Family Well-Being Learning Cohort

With each state handling the pandemic in their own way, 13 states are teaming up by involving themselves in the Child and Family Well-Being Learning Cohort. This national network was developed to examine the fallout from the current crisis and how it has affected Americans. It is aimed at helping support families by developing strategies...

Prolonged Unemployment and Bankruptcy in Indiana

Without a job, paying the bills, and staying current can be a difficult task. As of August 21, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks Utah as the state with the lowest unemployment rate at 4.5. The highest unemployment rate was found in Massachusetts at 16.1. The state of Indiana comes in at number 19...

Gov. Holcomb Requesting a Delay in School Enrollment Count This Fall

In an attempt to ensure that all of Indiana schools are fully funded, Governor Eric Holcomb said that he wants the Indiana State Board of Education to postpone the Indiana student enrollment count in the fall and through December. Due to the current climate, in which schools are beginning the year with all-virtual instruction in...

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