Brian Scott

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Bipartisan Group of Indiana Elected Officials Urge United Technologies to Find Solution That Keeps Jobs in Indiana

Indianapolis, Ind. — A bipartisan group of Indiana elected officials is urging United Technologies, the parent company of Carrier and UTEC, to work to find a solution to continue operations in Indiana. U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly, Governor Mike Pence, U.S. Senator Dan Coats, Congressman Andre Carson, Congressman Marlin Stutzman, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, and Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters sent …

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Post-Filing Tips: Refunds and Payments

INDIANAPOLIS (Feb.  17, 2016) – Once you file your individual income tax return, you will likely be owed a refund or need to pay tax to the state. Here are some important tips to get you through the rest of the 2016 individual tax season. How to Check the Status …

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Trooper Spots Stolen Vehicle and Arrests Fleeing Suspect

Vigo County—Tuesday afternoon around 4:30, the Vermillion County Sheriff’s Office dispatched a vehicle stolen just minutes prior, from the Casey’s General Store on North 9th Street in Clinton. The owner of the vehicle was a resident of nearby Fairview, IN.  At 4:37, Indiana State Police Trooper Ted Robertson spotted the …

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Pence Administration Outlines Resources and Actions Taken Since Carriers’ and United Technologies’ Decision to Relocate to Mexico

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence outlined the State of Indiana’s actions that began last week as soon as news broke that Carrier Corporation and United Technologies would relocate jobs and operations to Mexico. Neither Carrier nor United Technologies provided any advance notification to the State of Indiana that they were …

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Indiana’s Office of Energy Development (OED) opens second round of applications for Hoosier Homegrown Fuels Blender Pump Program

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Office of Energy Development (OED)  and the Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC) today announced that publicly-accessible fuel retail stations in Indiana can begin applying for a share of $1,338,400 through the Hoosier Homegrown Fuels (HHF) Blender Pump Program.  The first round had three grantees receive $268,000. …

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