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Holcomb, Eli Lilly announce additional $5.3 billion investment in LEAP

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Gov. Eric Holcomb joined Eli Lilly and company Chair and CEO David A. Ricks Friday to announce Lilly’s plans to more than double its investment at the LEAP Research and Innovation District in Lebanon.

Indiana lottery expected to send $370 million surplus to state

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The Hoosier Lottery projects it’ll send more than $368 million in surplus revenue to the state of Indiana, an increase from last year, according to presentations given at a Wednesday meeting.

Lawmakers discuss Medicaid progress, concerns about various programs

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A handful of lawmakers on Wednesday questioned the state’s administration of Medicaid plans that will undergo a transformational change this summer, with topics ranging from a program waitlist, elder care and services for families with disabled children.

Indiana to host its second Global Economic Summit

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Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s administration will once more tout its economic successes — and play the role of global convener — as far-off dignitaries and business leaders gather in Indianapolis this week for the state’s second Global Economic Summit.

All 92 counties opt in for 2025 public health funding

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Every county in Indiana seems to have signed onto a state effort to provide $150 million in enhanced funding for public health departments in the coming year in exchange for providing “core” public health services.

Procession route announced for former Greenwood mayor’s funeral

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Officials have released today’s procession route for former Greenwood mayor Charles Henderson’s funeral.

Voter registration reopens today

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Eligible Hoosiers can again register to vote starting today.

School board candidate filing opens today

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People hoping to join local school boards can now file for election.