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The Affordable Care Act, W.C. Handy Blues Festival

What’s ahead in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and a preview of the 23rd annual W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival in Henderson.

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Rep. Larry Bucshon, Science of Trees, Art & Trails

Representative Larry Bucshon (IN-8) discusses his views on the automatic federal budget cuts and the areas where Congress can reach consensus, our science contributor Dr. Katie Winsett explains the role of big, old trees in the ecosystem, and Courier & … Continue reading

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Hispanic Affairs Commission, The Right to Farm

We check in with Danny Lopez, executive director of Indiana Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs about education, immigration, and the state’s commitment to diversity issues. We also discuss why farming should–or shouldn’t–be a constitutional right with representatives of the … Continue reading

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State of the State, Rockport Coal Gasification Plant, CES, Under the Beams Concert Series

Evansville Courier & Press statehouse bureau chief Eric Bradner reflects on Governor Pence’s State of the State address and reports on the legislature’s sideways glance at the proposed Rockport coal gasification plant. Tech contributor Justin Williams is back for Tech … Continue reading

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Legislature and the Environment, Tablet Computers, Behind the Campaigns

Executive director Jesse Kharbanda offers a look at the Hoosier Environmental Council’s legislative priorities, Justin Williams offers a roundup of tablet computers, and GOP activist Josh Clayborn pulls the curtain back on political campaigns: what happens behind the media hype … Continue reading

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