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Archive for October, 2008

How Your Early Vote Will Be Counted

If you have already voted early or still plan to do so, it turns out that how your vote is counted depends on where you live.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

Voters will Decide on Retention of Five Judges

When voters cast a ballot this General Election, they’ll be asked to make a decision about retaining some judges on the Indiana Supreme Court, Appeals Court and state Tax Court.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland explains what those decisions mean and how they compare to traditional  judicial elections.

Gubernatorial Candidates Make Final Campaign Push

With just one week until Election Day, the major party candidates in the race for governor are hitting the road for one final campaign push to win voter support across the state.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

Candidates Say Free Textbooks Soon is Unlikely

The two candidates vying to become Indiana’s next Superintendent of Public Instruction say with a tight economy, they don’t see fully funded textbooks as a reality in the near future for Indiana’s school children.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

Obama Makes Campaign Stop in Indianapolis

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama made Indiana his final stop today before suspending his campaign for two days to visit his seriously ill grandmother in Hawaii.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

Lawmakers Want Changes to FSSA Privatization

The Select Joint Commission on Medicaid Oversight has sent a proposal to legislative leaders asking for action on Medicaid privatization during the upcoming session.  They want a slowdown of the private contract’s implementation statewide, as well as changes to how people apply for services.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

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Researchers Propose New Way to Make Ethanol

Researchers are proposing a new way of producing alternative fuels; one that using agricultural waste and sewage.  The Purdue University experts say the process could supply up to twenty percent of the United States transportation fuel annually.  Indiana Pubic Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

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