Fran Quigley

Writer

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By filing a lawsuit, the city of Indianapolis will follow the lead of dozens of states and cities that have already pointed the finger at the corporations that promoted and profited from the surge in pain medication prescriptions that preceded the addiction crisis. 

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Indiana

’s minimum wage is so low that even full-time work is not enough to make ends meet.

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With a local Catholic community revitalized by the growing population of Latinos, social justice activism is blossoming around issues such as immigration reform and mass transit.

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Earlier this month, the U.S. circuit court judge who wrote the majority opinion in the landmark election law case that originated from Indiana, Crawford v. Marion County Election Board, confessed that he was wrong.

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A former security guard for the company that provides services to the Hyatt Regency has filed a federal lawsuit alleging he was the victim of wage theft - and he wants to make it a collective action.

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