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State Says Revenue Up for August

State revenue data for August has been released, showing Indiana’s state tax collections are up more than eight percent from the same period last year.  As Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports, it also indicates state money is considerably higher than what was forecasted.  Hear the Story

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Legislative Leaders Say School Funding Big Concern

Legislative leaders attending an Indiana Chamber of Commerce event in downtown Indianapolis today say one of their chief concerns for the upcoming session is how to maintain adequate funding for schools.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

Economists ‘Hope’ for Moderate Recession

Economists at Indiana University released their 2009 economic forecast today, predicting Indiana could escape the year with only a moderate recession.  But as Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports, they say that still means tougher times are ahead for Hoosiers.

PAC Releases Report on Iraq War Cost

A new report by the political action group MoveOn-dot-org says Hoosiers are concerned about the economic impact of the Iraq war. From WNIN in Evansville, Micah Schweizer has more.

Daniels Pitches Indiana to Michigan Businesses

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels was in Lansing, Michigan today (April 10), pitching the state to businesses north of the border.  From Michigan Public Radio, Rick Pluta reports.

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Chelsea Clinton Campaigns at Indiana Colleges

Students at Ball State University gathered this morning to hear Hillary Clinton’s daughter Chelsea speak about why her mother is the best candidate for president.  From Indiana Public Radio in Muncie, Stephanie Wiechmann reports.

Number of Indiana Arts Jobs Goes Up

A report released today by the national organization Americans for the Arts, Indiana added nearly a thousand arts-related businesses in 2007.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

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