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Half of Hoosiers miss out on state college aid due to late applications

One out every two Hoosiers—more than 177,000 last year—potentially forfeits thousands of dollars in state college aid because of late financial aid paperwork. Concerned...

State to Help Minority- and Women-owned Businesses at 2010 MWBEResource Fair & Workshop Series

INDIANAPOLIS (January 22, 2010) - To promote minority business enterprises (MBE) and women’s business enterprises (WBE), the Indiana Department of Administration’s Minority and Women’s...

Ind. secretary of state making congressional run

Republican Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita (Row-KEE'-tuh) is running for the House seat being vacated by longtime congressman Steve Buyer (BOO'-yer). Buyer announced...

State of Indiana notice of Public forum – Disparity Study

(2/1/10) The Indiana Department of Administration (IDOA), Indiana Department of Transportation and public colleges from across the state are conducting a disparity study related...

Ft. Hood heroes to be guests at State of the Union

Two police officers credited with stopping last year's shooting rampage at Fort Hood will be guests of the first lady during Wednesday's State of...

State to Help Minority- and Women-owned Businesses at 2010 MWBEResource Fair & Workshop Series

INDIANAPOLIS (January 22, 2009) - To promote minority business enterprises (MBE) and women’s business enterprises (WBE), the Indiana Department of Administration’s Minority and Women’s...

Indiana State Bar Association sponsors 2010 ‘Talk to a lawyer today program

The Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA) and the Indiana Pro Bono Commission will sponsor "Talk to a Lawyer Today," a pro bono program to...

State attorney General sues cigarette manufacturer

NASHVILLE - Tennessee's attorney general is seeking an injunction that would require a Colombian cigarette manufacturer to make back payments of $300,000 to the...

State complaint filed against Ind. teachers union

Indiana's secretary of state filed a civil complaint Wednesday against the state's largest teachers union, saying the group violated the Indiana Securities Act when...

Ind. state gov’t begins layoffs after revenue drop

Indiana's Department of Administration has laid off 33 workers because of dwindling state revenues, the department's commissioner said Friday. About 12 of those worked...
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