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State Auditor Praises Indiana's Finances93.1 WIBC Indianapolis... which make up half of the state budget, did see minimal cuts this year, but most of the reduction has been in state agencies. Indiana currently has the ...
Presidential Run for Indiana's Governor?Tristatehomepage.comHe's served as senior advisor to President Ronald Reagan and President George W. Bush's Director of the Office of Management and Budget. ...and more »
BILL HASTINGS' INSIDE INDIANAIndiana Gazette“The Indiana Fire Association's budget for 2009 was a mere $300000.” These are comments from Lee Thompson, chairman of the Indiana Fire Association's 2010 ...
Tricks, trends and budget-friendly tips for Halloween treatsWalletPop (blog)Americans gobbled up 24.3 pounds of candy per person last year, according to statistics from the Bloomington-based Indiana Business Research Center (IBRC), ...and more »
WISHStatehouse control will sway agendaNews Sentinelof AP INDIANAPOLIS — A few hundred voters in a handful of Indiana House districts could make a huge difference in state policies hashed out ...What Daniels will do with a Republican Housefwdailynews.comState GOP feels winds of change blowing its wayIndianapolis StarControl of Indiana House may hinge on local racesLouisville Courier-Journalall 29 news articles »
School numbers hard to figure in Center GroveIndianapolis StarVoters looking to the Indiana Department of Education or Office of Management and Budget websites for information about Center Grove Schools to help them ...and more »
msnbc.comInd. parents told drop disabled kids at sheltersThe Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's budget crunch has become so severe that some state workers have suggested leaving severely disabled people at homeless ...Parents Told to Dump Disabled Kids at Homeless SheltersParentDish"Drop Your Disabled Kids At a Shelter" Indiana Parents Are ToldCare2.com (blog)Parents Told to Dump Disabled ChildrenThe Nonprofit Quarterly (blog)Indianapolis Starall 275 news articles »
Candidate Jack Morris Wants More Local Budget Control For EducationIndiana's NewsCenterFORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - The Democratic challenger for a Fort Wayne State Senate seat says he has some answers to boost ...and more »
Indiana's NewsCenterCity Council Approves 2011 BudgetIndiana's NewsCenterBy Maureen Mespell By John W. Davis FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) – Fort Wayne City Council unanimously approved the 2011 budget Tuesday night. ...City Council trims mayor's budgetFort Wayne Journal Gazetteall 4 news articles »
Help for Pacers nearly halts budget voteIndianapolis Star... board's deal to provide $33.5 million in financial assistance to the Indiana Pacers nearly brought a vote on its budget to a standstill Monday. ...Pacers Payment Passes in CIB Budget93.1 WIBC IndianapolisCouncil passes CIB budget in narrow voteWTHRIndianapolis council votes tonight on 2011 budgetsIndianapolis StarIndianapolis Business Journalall 14 news articles »
...for Unemployment Compensation and Workers' Compensation, told the committee that President Barack Obama's proposed budget includes taking in $2 billion in anticipated interest payments from Indiana and other states. State Sen. Brandt Hershman, R-Lafayette,...
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...interest. Holmes said President Obama’s proposed budget includes using the $2 billion in expected interest payments from Indiana and other states as spending revenue. The second penalty is a federal unemployment tax increase. Currently, all businesses in the...
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This is the second installment of a six-part series for September, 2010 entitled "On Local Government" with Larry DeBoer, Purdue University Agricultural Economist. This episode discusses Indiana's upcoming Coming Biennium.
This is the first installment of a six-part series from September, 2010 entitled "On Local Government" with Larry DeBoer, Purdue University Agricultural Economist. This episode discusses Indiana's Budget for Fiscal Year 2011.
Mitch adventures: Indiana governor talks issues at business breakfastEvening News and TribuneFurther, the governor talked about federal spending, calling the federal budget disastrous over a 10-year period. He was critical of how stimulus funds have ...
Suburban businesses behind Brady, but want to know what he's thinkingChicago Daily HeraldPat Quinn, would like to balance the state budget by hiking taxes, borrowing and cutting spending. What does Brady offer instead? ...
Special School Board meeting setBrazil TimesAt the conclusion of the public session, an executive session will be conducted concerning Indiana Code 5-14-1.5-6.1 (b) (6) which involves receiving ...
Gubernatorial hopeful Corbett tours IRMCIndiana GazetteCorbett met with administrators and toured the hospital as part of his daylong visit to Indiana County. He met with staff at the Homer City Power Plant ...and more »
WISHA Daniels denial on 2012 runmsnbc.com (blog)Today's is Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, who told the Louisville Courier-Journal this morning that his lack of big dollar fundraising and primary-state jaunts ...Meeting with Mitch: Governor Daniels talks state finances and federal deficitsEvening News and TribuneDaniels will request new stimulus money for schools, MedicaidLouisville Courier-JournalDaniels says he's not running for president in 2012The Hill (blog)WAVE -WHAS 11.com (subscription) -Tristatehomepage.comall 57 news articles »
Purdue, IU face similar budget woes; only one offers raisesThe ExponentBy Editorial Board On Friday, the Indiana University Board of Trustees voted to approve a merit-based bonus for its employees. The Purdue University Board ...Early retirement plan in works at PurdueJournal and CourierPurdue University staff could get early-retirement offerIndianapolis Business Journalall 23 news articles »
Kansas City StarShould Obama Follow Boehner's Advice and Fire His Economic Team? | On the RecordFOXNews (blog)Now, Vice President Biden may be throwing out his usual memorable lines about that, but out here in Indiana, people are hurting. ...John Boehner calls for firing of Obama's entire economic team; time 'to put ...Los Angeles Times (blog)GOP Leaders Call for Geithner, Summers ResignationsHousing WireGingrich Stokes Mosque Flap to Buff Moral Image: Albert HuntBloombergPittsburgh Post Gazetteall 781 news articles »
WISHState schools superintendent says more money won't solve Indiana education ...Terre Haute Tribune StarThe push for reform has come at a time when schools across the state have laid off teachers in response to budget cuts imposed by Gov. ...Bennett seeks student-centered reformsnwitimes.comBennett talks in IndySouth Bend TribuneWe're all reformers in education, nowMuncie Star PressWISHall 50 news articles »
We're all reformers in education, nowMuncie Star PressSo, the "news" is that the sorry state of Indiana k-12 education (and the 53 percent of the state budget it is expected to consume to the point of deficit ...and more »
WISHBennett seeks student-centered reformsnwitimes.comHe pointed out that many Indiana schools are seeing improvements in student achievement even though schools have fewer dollars to spend due to state budget ...Indiana education chief speaks about school reformsSouth Bend TribuneTony Bennett delivers State of Education AddressWISHall 22 news articles »
Mayor Greg Ballard delivered his city budget presentation Monday night. He said the plan will demand that essential services be provided at a lower cost and it won't require drastic cuts.
Weinzapfel resists proposal concerning union contractsEvansville Courier & PressIn Indiana, city councils must have an approved budget submitted to the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance by Nov. 1. ...and more »
Indiana's NewsCenterOhio Budget Dispute Goes To Trial: Sheriff And Commissioners At Odds Over FundingIndiana's NewsCenterPAULDING OHIO (Indiana's NewsCenter) --- A Northwest Ohio sheriff takes a lawsuit all the way to trial, claiming his county commissioners ...and more »
Vigo County School board set to look at 2011 budgetWTHI... due to the economic situation in Indiana; when those come in low, there's not enough money to back the state budget to pass that money onto schools," ...and more »
How States Hide Their Budget DeficitsWall Street JournalThe Citizens Budget Commission of New York recently measured states' obligations against their economic resources. New Jersey was rated in the worst fiscal ...and more »
Fox 59Indiana University approves pay raises; 4 other colleges have done soIndianapolis Star"The university was able to restructure the university budget to cut $15.2 million over this year and last," said spokesman Tony Proudfoot. At Indiana State ...IU president asks for 3% pay increasePalladium-ItemBriefsSouth Bend TribuneIU's McRobbie recommends overall 3 percent raise for IU employeesIndiana UniversityIndianapolis Star -Fox 59all 42 news articles »
Indiana democrats join call for more budget transparencyLouisville Courier-JournalINDIANAPOLIS – Democrats in the Indiana Senate on Monday offered a package of ...Indiana to launch finance websiteEvansville Courier & PressInd. Senate Democrats seek more transparencyChicago TribuneA Look at Indiana's EconomyNewsTalk 1010 WCSIall 18 news articles »
Indiana OMB leader leaves post to take private jobBusinessWeekThe head of Indiana's Office of Management and Budget is leaving his post to take a job at Clarian Health. Ryan Kitchell started working for the Republican ...Daniels names new budget officialsIndianapolis StarDaniels Announces Leadership Changes in Budget OfficeInside INdiana Business (press release)all 18 news articles »
WISHIndiana schools will likely avoid more budget cutsChicago TribuneMitch Daniels says he's hopeful that Indiana schools won't see deeper budget cuts in 2011. Public schools statewide had a $300 million cut in 2010, ...Gov. Daniels on the campaign trailfwdailynews.comDaniels welcomes more aid from fedsFort Wayne Journal GazetteDaniels says he's stood firm on stimulusIndianapolis StarPalladium-Item -WSBT-TV -Louisville Courier-Journalall 75 news articles »
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A report presented to the Indiana State Budget Committee revealed that participation by school corporations and public universities in the state employee health plan could achieve $454 million in savings through using a common provider network, consolidating broker and consultant services and aligning public school and university employees' contributions with those of state employees. Visit my Indiana Senate website at http:www.in.gov/senator.merritt/.
Penn budget cut could be costlySouth Bend TribuneThe DLGF's budget slashing will have backfired. The Legislature needs to keep the problem from snowballing. Penn is among the minority of Indiana ...
Indiana Prairie FarmerNervous Times in Many Indiana Agriculture Education ProgramsIndiana Prairie FarmerIn a complicated chain of events related to the budget crunch, another teacher within the school who has an ag license to teach but whose middle-school ...
WANESchools' budget trimmed as last resortIndianapolis StarSince K-12 funding is about half of the state's annual budget, the difficult times required this reduction. It is also important to note Indiana's steadfast ...Governor Daniels "Weighs In" On FWCS Custodial OutsourcingIndiana's NewsCenterNo truce with public educationFort Wayne Journal Gazette (blog)all 12 news articles »
COMMUNITY COMMENT: Rankings benefit College BoardEvansville Courier & PressIn Indiana, as in many states, the costs are rising. The Indiana Department of Education has made it a priority to increase the number of schools offering ...and more »
Indiana's Government Efficiency Group wields a knife in tough timesTerre Haute Tribune StarIt's how the five-member Government Efficiency Group inside the state's 1400-employee Office of Management and Budget convinced their boss to cut the ...
Same mission, new statementCoal City CourantAdditionally, the board approved the renewal of worker's compensation insurance with Indiana Insurance Company through Ramza Insurance Group, Inc. from July ...and more »
State officials blast Clark County's financial systemsLouisville Courier-JournalUnder Indiana law, counties are not allowed to operate in the red. Jack Coffman, president of the Clark County Council that controls the county budget, ...and more »
APOLLO-RIDGE: Budget holds line on taxesIndiana GazetteThe median assessed value of the district's Indiana County homes is $7870; it's $27170 in Armstrong County. The board approved the budget without comment on ...Apollo-Ridge holds line on taxesTarentum Valley News Dispatchall 2 news articles »
Interlibrary exchange available through Evergreen Indiana cardsKPCnews.comAccess to more than seventy libraries in northeast Indiana is offered through the Evergreen Indiana cards. Libraries in Indiana continue to join the ...and more »
Congress wants to send more help but not bust budgetPalladium-ItemOnly three of Indiana's eight House members -- Democratic Reps. Andre Carson, Pete Visclosky and Brad Ellsworth -- voted for the bulk of a less-expensive ...and more »
A documentary to promote awareness of School budget cuts in the state of Indiana.
This is the second installment of a four-part series entitled "Life after Recession: Local Government Finance Update," with Larry DeBoer, Purdue University Agricultural Economist. This episode discusses Property Tax Caps in 2010.
Ernie Pyle was one of the most popular news reporters in the United States during World War Two. He wrote about common soldiers, making use of his own upbringing in the tiny town of Dana, Indiana, to better understand them. Pyle died in combat in 1945, but his memory lives on in his childhood home and museum. But budget deficits in Indiana are forcing cuts, and the Ernie Pyle State Historic site is in the process of closing. VOA's Kane Farabaugh has more.
This is the second installment of a four-part series entitled "Life after Recession: Local Government Finance Update," with Larry DeBoer, Purdue University Agricultural Economist. This episode discusses Property Tax Bills in 2010.
This is the first of a four-part series entitled "Life after Recession: Local Government Finance Update," with Larry DeBoer, Purdue University Agricultural Economist. This episode discusses Indiana's State Budget.