Republican legislative leaders are backing off plans to hastily enact a new Indiana law limiting COVID-19 vaccine requirements at private businesses.
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"By investing in marketing, we can boost the leisure and travel-related industry, which is crucial to our economy," said Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch.
"Having your child's school and its employees work against you as you raise your family according to your Hoosier values shouldn't be allowed," said Attorney General Todd Rokita.
Prince William has revealed he struggled with his mental health when he served with the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
(The Center Square) – New federal jobs data shows the number of first-time filers for unemployment benefits dropped to the lowest level in decades.
Three-term Lake County Councilman Dan Dernulc, R-Highland, is forgoing a potential fourth term in county government and instead running next year for a seat in the Indiana Senate.
"Employers are in the best position to determine what's best for their workforce," said Patrick Tamm of Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association.
(The Center Square) – More than 60 people testified at the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday on the issue of the vaccine mandates, with a sharp split between people representing the business community, who said employers should be able to require employees get the COVID-19 vaccine, and nurses, who pleaded with legislators to step in and stop the mandates.
A one-touchdown win against Nebraska last week bumped the Badgers up in the College Football Playoff Top 25 Poll.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden's plan to release 50 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is no solution to rising gas prices and lower supplies, those in the industry and Republican critics argue.