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Indianapolis officials say they'll continue boosting the size of the city's police force and expanding support for neighborhood anti-crime efforts in response to a seven-year trend of increasing homicides. economy is on firm footing and is likely benefiting from more resilient global growth, with all major economies across the world expanding in tandem for the first time in a decade.
The wife of a former Indiana congressman who came under ethics investigation for spending campaign contributions on lavish hotels, meals and at least one family trip may soon announce that she will run for an open legislative seat. In a sharply divided Supreme Court, the justice in the middle seemed conflicted Tuesday in the court's high-stakes consideration of a baker who declined to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple in 2012.
Mary Beth Bonaventura, who's stepping down after five years as director of the Department of Child Services, warned in her resignation letter to Gov.
Eric Holcomb that a continuation of his administration's policies will "all but ensure children will die." A wide range of economists and nonpartisan analysts have warned that the bill will likely escalate federal debt, intensify pressure to cut spending on social programs and further widen America's troubling income inequality.
The appointment came the same day the Trump administration agreed to a "very substantial" payout to hundreds of tea party groups to settle a class-action lawsuit over burdensome IRS scrutiny in 2012.