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May 21, 2018

Crouch: More than 200 reasons to explore Indiana
Every time my travels across Indiana steer me towards the northwest region of our great state, I make a point to stop at Fair Oaks Farms between Merrillville and Lafay­ette. Whether I am grabbing a scoop of their famous ice cream, or taking part in their interactive exhibits, I am always blown away by this tourist attraction Indiana has to offer.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Tax Day 2018 was a new beginning for Hoosiers
Last week Tuesday, April 17, was the deadline for most Americans to file their tax returns. Known as Tax Day, it's a deadline most of us dread year after year. Fortunately, this year was different. It was the very last time Americans had to file their taxes under the complicated, burdensome, outdated system of the past.
Last week, we officially marked the beginning of a new tax code that is simpler, fairer and allows hardworking Hoosiers to keep more of their hard-earned money.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Resolve conflicts to help the world
In a world riven by tension, there's one skill that stands above all others: the ability to resolve conflict. It is the paramount challenge of our time. There are so many divisions that fracture our communities, states, and nations, that the ability to create common ground - to bring people together, rather than drive them apart - has become an indispensable political need.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Tariff could put more newspapers out of business
You've likely read about tariff threats and a pending trade war with China.
One tariff already imposed by the U.S. Department of Commerce could have a serious impact on a Bloomington business.
Ours. The Herald-Times.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Gun-control debate now where it belongs
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has been taking a lot of flak from conservatives for his recent New York Times essay supporting the repeal of the Second Amendment.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018

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