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On Monday, Eli Lilly announced it has begun studying an experimental drug that has been derived from a blood sample of an individual that survived COVID-19.

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New rules could be coming for Paycheck Protection Program loans. An additional stimulus bill making its way through the House of Representatives is likely to include revisions to key aspects of the CARES Act.

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On Monday, March 25, the Indiana Poor People's Campaign, one of 35 state campaigns across the nation, was gathered at the Statehouse to demand “a massive overhaul of voting rights, welfare and work requirements, living wages, health care, access to clean water, housing, ecological devastation and an end to endless war, to lift up the 140 million Americans currently living in poverty.”

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On Monday, March 25, Rep. Greg Steuerwald, R-Avon, added an amendment to an unrelated bill which added hate crimes protections to a victim or group's “real or perceived characteristic, trait, belief, practice, association, or other attribute the court chooses to consider.” That list did not include gender, for which advocates of a comprehensive hate crimes legislation have advocated.

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The final committee chair assignments for the Indiana House of Representatives were announced Monday by Speaker Brian Bosma ahead of the next legislative session that starts Jan. 3, 2019

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Wednesday, a caucus session was held during which Pelosi overwhelmingly won the Democratic nomination for Speaker, with help from Rep. André Carson, D-Indiana.

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We asked Indiana General Assembly candidates if they supported legislation blocking public dollars from going to private schools that engage in discriminatory employment practices. Here's how they answered.