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Indiana House passes landmark School Voucher Program

WASHINGTON, DC — Indiana children may soon have the opportunity to use school vouchers to attend the private schools of their parents’ choice next year. The Indiana House of Representatives tonight passed legislation to create an expansive, accountable school choice program that will benefit low-income families. The American Federation for Children, which has worked with […] Read the full story

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Groups that oppose smoke-free law are Alting’s top donors in last two elections

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Claiming it raises questions about his opposition to a smoke-free law that includes bars, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids today released data from the National Institute on Money in State Politics showing that over the last two election cycles, State Senator Ron Alting (R-Lafayette) has taken more political contributions from businesses involved […] Read the full story

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Indiana Energy Star Credit has reached its cap

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indiana Department of Revenue announced today that as of March 1, 2011, claims toward the Energy Star Heating & Cooling Equipment Credit had reached Indiana’s $1 million limit, which the legislature assigned to cover claims toward this credit. Any claims received after the cap was reached will be denied. A denial […] Read the full story

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Rokita comments on Senate passage of 2 week continuing resolution

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN) yesterday voted for H.J.Res 44, which will keep the federal government running until March 18, 2011. The bill is a two-week continuing resolution (CR) that cuts $4 billion from the federal budget, a pro-rated version of the full CR House Republicans offered previously. It passed in the House […] Read the full story

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Alting says Indiana Senate ready to address budget, redistricting

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  State Sen. Ron Alting (R-Lafayette) said jobs and government, education and public policy reforms were the focus of the Indiana Senate during the first half of the 2011 legislative session. “Senate lawmakers have been very productive and we will keep that momentum going throughout the next weeks and months ahead,” Alting said. […] Read the full story

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