John Krull: Who speaks for mom and pop?
In 2018, then President Donald Trump signed into law a “reform” of the Dodd-Frank financial oversight law.
Niki Kelly: Economic disclosures prompt concerns, suggestions
Earlier this session, a senator sat on a bench and casually asked me — while waving the yellow statement of economic interest form in his hand — does anyone even read these?
Dick Wolfsie: If this old camera could talk
Returning from our vacation in the Virgin Islands last month, I sent my digital camera through the scanner at the airport.
Ryan Trares: Boys night out
The boys were on their own and on the town.
David Carlson: The power of passion
As is true of many who have been blessed to be teachers, I had one overriding hope for my time with students. I hoped that they would see that teaching was not just my job, but my passion, something I loved.
Michael Leppert: Fox News is no longer the press
The competition for trust and credibility in the press are far from new. This struggle dates back to at least the late 1800s when the “yellow journalism” battle between moguls Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst dominated the New York media market. Both were fighting for circulation and ultimately, you know, profit.
Ken de la Bastide: It’s time to end annual DST debate
It happens twice a year in Indiana: the great debate on whether the state should observe daylight saving time, which took effect Sunday when our clocks moved ahead one hour.
Richard Feldman: Indiana patients deserve care clarity
In 2022, the General Assembly enacted SEA 239. This is an important advancement in eliminating deceptive or confusing information regarding health care professionals provided in advertising, marketing and promotional materials. The new statute addresses the conveying of specific professional skills, training, expertise, educational degrees, board certification and licensure. Clarity and transparency for the public are important.
JCPL Column: Find your free prom outfit at the library
Because attending prom is more expensive than ever, some teens don’t attend and miss the experience.
Norman Knight: Knight household trendy at last
The New York Times article, “This Trend Is A Mess” puts it, this way: “Clutter is having a moment.”