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Indiana Lawmakers are Back to Work Outlining Priorities for 2020

Monday, January 6, marks the start of the 2020 legislative session in Indiana. There were many priorities discussed including standardized testing in public schools, increasing the vaping age to 21, in addition to healthcare costs and prescription drug prices.  In the House, Speaker Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, the priorities focused on education, healthcare, and the budget....

2019 Ends With Multiple Bankruptcies in the Retail Sector

When a new year begins, we often look at the previous one to examine trends, which can provide guidance as to what may lie ahead of us. Unfortunately, 2019 was not kind to retailers. The retail industry suffered many bankruptcies and what followed was a changing shopping landscape across the country. A report released by...

The State of Indiana’s 2020 General Assembly’s Goals

For the upcoming General Assembly’s 2020 session there are quite a few objectives on which Indiana lawmakers are focusing. Starting January 6, 2020, the legislature’s schedule is set to run through the middle of the month of March. Here is a breakdown of what priorities the state’s representative are expected to tackle. What are the...

Fred Glass to Retire From Indiana University

ESPN is reporting that Fred Glass, Indiana athletic director, will retire at the end of the school year. Glass is best known for revamping the basketball program that was significantly damaged after an NCAA scandal. He was also instrumental in rebranding the football program as well as renovating many athletic facilities on campus making the...

Identifying Early Signs of Autism in Babies 

Every parent wants a happy and healthy baby. While many parents get this gift, others have children who may require medical interventions due to a wide range of conditions. Autism is not uncommon, and when parents bring home their new bundle of joy, keeping a sound eye on the baby’s development is key to identifying...

Paternity in Indiana: What You Should Know

When it comes to children, there can be no doubts as to who the biological parents are. If you are a male and believe a child is yours or if you are a mother of a child whose father is denying his role, what can you do? The way you confirm true biological parents is...

Five Considerations for Dating After Divorce

No couple enters into a marriage thinking that one day it will come to an end. The dissolution of a union is challenging not just for the couple but also for their children, if they have any together, and their extended families. Divorce comes with many complications in addition to the emotional toll. Legal fees,...

Indiana Teen Expelled for Using Vaping Device at School

A teen in Indiana who fell ill from vaping was expelled from Owen Valley High School after he sought the help of the school nurse. Kegan Houck was a freshman at the school, according to the local reporting of RTV6 Indianapolis. The incident took place on September 30. Houck indicated that he used a friend’s...

Indiana Temporarily Suspends Work Requirement for Medicaid

On Thursday, October 31, the state of Indiana announced that work requirements for Medicaid eligibility will be temporarily suspended. According to the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, the reporting requirements for the Gateway to Work program are postponed as a federal lawsuit challenging Medicaid eligibility requirements progresses. The requirements that are on hold, specified...