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  • Arguments against voter ID are getting old Once again, Democrats are claiming that Republicans are trying to prevent non-Republicans from voting. In North Carolina, where a new law requires photo identification to vote, Democrats and their enablers from or

    August 20, 2013

  • Under tall Virginia trees After years of sunlight streaming into the house, we now live in Virginia, where the trees grow taller, in part to keep houses cool in the sweltering heat. Little did we expect to miss the light so much. Now, by f

    August 15, 2013

  • Repealing medical device tax will save Hoosier jobs Indiana has been hard hit by our nation's economic downturn. The President's health care law is making matters worse. One prime example is ObamaCare's $30 billion excise tax on medical device manufacturers. The

    August 15, 2013

  • Examining Indiana's Second Chance law Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law legislation last month that allows people arrested or convicted of certain crimes to have those records expunged. The new law, House Enrolled Act 1482, went into effect

    August 8, 2013

  • To everything there is a season My days as a columnist are drawing to a close. Soon, this string of weekly submissions will come to an end, and I will have to amuse myself elsewhere. It has been a gratifying experience to compose new pieces all

    August 8, 2013

  • State's school grading system complicated, political INDIANAPOLIS - Last spring, a small public elementary school in the small city of Goshen, Ind., won a big award from the private Milken Foundation: It was named one of the four best schools in the nation for teaching excellenc

    August 6, 2013

  • The hollow facade of Supt. Tony Bennett There was a basketball gym-style scoreboard outside of then-Supt. Tony Bennett's Statehouse office in July 2009. A clock ticked off the time remaining in his term. The score showed Indiana's high school graduatio

    August 6, 2013

  • Making the government work for the people Governor Daniels used to say that "you'd be amazed how much government you never miss" when talking about reducing the size of government. Much of government's excess is created by unelected bureaucrats who wield enormous infl

    August 6, 2013

  • Study hard! Now that August is here, young people are returning from summer break and are heading back to school. As the children are hard at work in their studies, state legislators are hard at work in their studies too. Our

    August 6, 2013

  • Embracing the happy moments Sending special needs children back to school is always both a joy and a terror. Many parents worry about whether or not their child will be able to keep up with the schoolwork or if they will make friends. I wor

    August 1, 2013

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