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Leo Morris: Indiana’s Constitution matters

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In this short-attention-span era, we’ll read the headline and, perhaps, if we’re not too busy, the first two or three paragraphs.

Michael Leppert: Explain what critical race theory is, please

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If you were asked to explain what “critical race theory” actually and specifically is, could you?

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: City a model for state on police reform

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After prodding from The Journal Gazette, a report on state-level law enforcement agencies was released last week. It offers hopeful recommendations to revamp the training, tracking and practices of thousands of Indiana’s officers.

Joella ‘Jody’ Powers Nutgrass

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BROWNSBURG

What book should you read next?

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Did you know librarians have some superpowers?

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: The case for Manchin’s intransigence

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On Friday, Democrats in the House of Representatives finally voted to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill that the Senate approved back in August. This gives President Joe Biden an important legislative achievement, something he badly needed. The measure is far from perfect, but it includes some necessary and valuable investments, and won support from both sides in Congress. It’s to be welcomed.

Michael Hicks: READI grants already a success

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Last month, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation made public all 17 regional proposals for the state’s READI Grant program.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: A thumping in Virginia

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Glenn Youngkin’s victory in the Virginia Governor’s race last week is a political thunderclap that should warn Democrats about their ideological overreach. But it may be more important as a template for how Republicans can win back the suburbs after their alienation from the GOP during the Trump Presidency.

Morton Marcus: Climate changes everything

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You probably noticed the Earth, including Indiana, is experiencing climate change.