Rokita views the executive order as overreach.
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Indy writer unpacks ‘The Hill We Climb’
Curtis Hill joins Texas in trying to overturn election results.
Some surprising interactions resulted.
Indy will spend $7.1 million in federal funds on the homeless.
The city of Indianapolis and the Marion County Public Health Department is stepping up enforcement of the public health order created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
The state is adding $15 million to its COVID-19-related rental assistance program after already receiving 24,000 applications, more than double the program’s expected capacity.
The White House and congressional Republicans are exploring whether to restrict the number of Americans receiving the next round of stimulus payments, as conservative lawmakers face internal pressure to limit the size of the next relief package.
NUVO asked me to contribute a column. I’d written a weekly piece from 1993-2013, when I moved to Texas, so one more should be easy enough.