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ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Biden’s regulators empower Putin

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In an act of bizarre timing, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) revised its policy for approving natural gas pipelines and export terminals. FERC by law must vouch that projects are in the public interest and won’t have a significant environmental impact. But now the agency plans to include greenhouse gas emissions in this analysis. The vote was 3-2, with two Republican commissioners dissenting.

John Krull: Education reform’s journey to lunacy

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That the education reform movement would lead states all over the country to consider adopting measures as noxious as Indiana House Bill 1134 was somehow sadly—no, tragically—predictable.

Hoosier wages advancing less rapidly than others in US

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Young Norman Neumann sits opposite me.

Dick Wolfsie: Stay away from humor-enhancing drugs

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Over the years, several of my sports heroes have had their careers tarnished following allegations they were using performance-improvement drugs.

Ryan Trares: Backseat queries

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The questions start before we even pull out of the driveway.

National unity paramount to confront Putin’s war

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Vladimir Putin launched an unprovoked land, air and sea attack on the sovereign nation of Ukraine.

David Carlson: Colleges should prioritize character development

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Mark Twain once said that there are two days that are most important in a person’s life.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Legislature should kill full ‘election security’ bill

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The Indiana Senate has amended House Bill 1116, eliminating some of the more egregious problems with a bill meant to increase restrictions on absentee voting.

Leo Morris: The ‘Quilhot Bid’

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I have a new phrase to add to your vocabulary and self-help guide: the Quilhot bid.