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A possible veto override, what went wrong with ISTEP and a close look at the state’s laws regarding land banks are all on tap when Indiana lawmakers meet over the summer.
By Lesley Weidenbener
INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Mike Pence said Wednesday he’s “firmly committed” to completing the extension of Interstate 69 to Indianapolis but he wants to do so using partnerships with private business.
Sheriff John Layton is disputing a report that labeled the Marion County Jail as the worst in the nation for sexual misconduct.
A report on the state of Indiana shows it does well when it comes to having a competitive business climate, however it lags in the issue of health.
Democrat John Gregg is telling his fellow Democrats that he is going to make another run for Governor in 2016.
Indianapolis City officials say the indictments of two employees for fraud and bribery regarding sales of properties involving the city’s land bank has compelled them to put virtually all transactions on hold pending further review.
There’s is an old adage that past is prologue, that if you want to know what people are going to do in the future, you should look at what they have done in the past. That same adage applies to the Ballard administration and the scandal involving the Land Bank which landed two city employees and three others on the receiving end of a federal indictment for wire fraud and bribery.
United States Attorney Joe Hogsett announced this afternoon the arrest and charging of five defendants who are alleged to have participated in a scheme to abuse the Indianapolis Land Bank program for their own benefit. The indictment alleges that the two City of Indianapolis employees and three co-conspirators engaged in wire fraud and bribery in order to facilitate a number of fraudulent land purchases.