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American Lung Association says Indiana air quality not good

The American Lung Association has released its air quality report ranking cities across the country.  As, Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brian Flood reports, Indiana’s rankings, once again, are far from stellar.

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Labor leaders, state officials recognize Worker’s Memorial Day

Labor leaders and state officials came together today at the Indiana Statehouse for Workers Memorial Day.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brian Flood has the story.

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Democrats file complaint over GOP senatorial candidates finance reports

The chairman of Indiana’s Democratic party has filed a complaint to the Senate Ethics Committee, asking its members to force four of the republican senate candidates to disclose financial information that was due weeks ago.  The complaint names specifically former U.S. Senator Dan Coats.  Chairman Dan Parker says he’s calling out Coats specifically because of Washington career.

“Former Senator Coats has been in direct violation of senate ethics rules and we believe it’s a blatant attempt to hide what he has made over the past two years as a Washington, DC lobbyist.”

Seat, a spokesperson for Coats, says the financial forms have been filled out and are being reviewed.  He adds that Coats intends to file the forms before next week’s primary.  None of the other candidates who failed to file their financial disclosure forms: John Hostettler, Don Bates Junior, and Richard Behney (BAY nee), returned calls for this story.  State Senator Marlin Stutzman was the only candidate in the race to file his required documents on time.  Federal political candidates face a two hundred dollar fine for not filing on time.  If they don’t file by July, that fine increases to 50 thousand dollars.

Marianne Holland

State Health Department disconnects hotline

The Indiana State Health Department has shut down its H-1-N-1 flu hotline.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brian Flood has the story.

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GOP Senate Candidates Square Off In Statewide Debate

The five Republicans seeking to replace Evan Bayh in the U.S. Senate debated in the only statewide radio and television broadcast debate of the GOP primary campaign last night.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

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Super Bowl Host Committee announce details of Legacy project

Airial view of the Near Eastside Wellness Center

With less than two years until Indiana hosts the 2012 Super Bowl, members of the Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee, officials from Indianapolis Publics Schools and community leaders met to announce the final plans for the NFL’s Super Bowl Legacy Project.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brian Flood has the story.

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West perspective of the Near Eastside Wellness Center

One of the Final Senate GOP Debates Happens Tonight

There’s just two weeks left before Indiana’s May fourth primary election.  One of the biggest races in the state, that’s also being watched nationally, is the republican primary for U.S. Senate.  The five men running in that race have appeared in numerous debates…with one of the final debates taking place tonight night.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland has this profile of the race so far.

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