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Indiana Democratic Party 2-17-18 Weekly Radio Address

Chairman John Zody and the Indiana Democratic Party weekly radio address:   That’s why it’s so exciting to see more Hoosier Democrats stepping up and running. Just this week we

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Kyle Miller 2-12-18 Weekly Radio Address Podcast

Kyle Miller, Democratic candidate for Indiana State Representative District 81, with his 2-12-18 Weekly Radio Address Podcast.

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Indiana Democratic Party 2-10-18 Weekly Radio Address Podcast

Chairman John Zody and the Indiana Democratic Party Weekly Radio Address: First, not a single bill to address Hoosiers’ stagnant wages is moving through the process. This is the most

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Mark Hinton 2-8-18 Weekly Radio Address Podcast

Mark Hinton and his 2-8-18 weekly radio address: The study found that for every $1 a man made in Indiana in 2016, a woman in Indiana only made 74 cents.

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New data: child abuse deaths rise, notably in Texas, Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Newly released federal figures show a sharp rise in child abuse fatalities in the U.S., with the bulk of the increase occurring in two states — Indiana

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Taylor: Indiana cannot wait another year for bias crimes law

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, Senate Bill (SB) 418, a bias crimes bill, was killed in the Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee. State Senator Greg Taylor (D-Indianapolis) had the following comments

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Bias Crimes: Hopefully taking this first step turns out to be enough

By Michael Leppert Fort Wayne’s La’Kysha Gardner testified before a Senate Committee at the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday morning. She had a compelling story to tell about an assault on

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Indiana Democratic Party 1-27-18 Weekly Radio Address

Chair John Zody and the January 27, 2018 Indiana Democratic Party Weekly Radio Address: In 2011, the last time legislative districts were drawn, Statehouse Republicans stacked the deck in their