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Such a high figure does not mean the prices of what you buy went up by 5.4% or will go up by that amount in the near future. Likewise, the prices of individual CPI components may be rising or falling; they do not move in lockstep.

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Will round 2 of COVID relief have financial repercussions?

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Let's look at the income effects of the pandemic experienced by Hoosiers.

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Only now, reading this column, would anyone have to bother with some pin-pricking of the Hoosier balloon.

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City-county council maps must be approved every decade to reflect population changes. GOP leadership drew the maps in hopes that Ballard will approve them.

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First the Indiana Department of Transportation said the I-69 extension from Evansville to Indianapolis would cost $1.7 billion. But that was in 2003. Guess what.

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Inflation, negative savings rates and out-of-control government spending are making people even more broke than they were before Bush and his buddies got the keys to the mint.