Brian Scott

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Sen. Young’s Bill Fighting Meth Passes Committee

STATEHOUSE (Jan. 20, 2016) —State Sen. R. Michael Young’s (R–Indianapolis) bill to combat meth use in Indiana recently passed the Senate Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law.  Senate Bill 161 is aimed at preventing individuals convicted of meth and drug felonies from purchasing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, two ingredients commonly used …

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New Poll Suggests Hoosiers Strongly Support School Choice, View Public Education in Indiana on “Wrong Track”

INDIANAPOLIS – Nearly five years after Indiana’s Choice Scholarship Program, which assists low-and-middle income students and students with special needs with vouchers to attend the school of their choice, was enacted, an overwhelming majority of Hoosiers support the program, yet at the same time, Hoosiers are generally unhappy with the …

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Indiana Tax Season Opens

INDIANAPOLIS (Jan.  19, 2016) – Today, the Indiana Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) opened the 2016 individual income tax filing season and began processing individual income tax returns. Tax season will close April 18, 2016. Electronic Filing The department encourages taxpayers to electronically file their tax …

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Hendricks Regional Health Foundation Elects Board Members

With the vote of its directors at their January meeting, Hendricks Regional Health Foundation elected board members and an officer. Donna Petraits was elected to fulfill a two-year term expiring December 2017. Petraits, from Brownsburg, is the Executive Director of the Indiana Chapter of the National School Public Relations Association. …

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Focus on Transit in 2015 Propels Plans Forward

INDIANAPOLIS (January 18, 2015) – IndyGo spent much of 2015 laying the groundwork for the exciting and innovative projects debuting this year. The Downtown Transit Center (DTC), located at the southeast corner of Washington and Delaware, will open mid-year and offer an indoor passenger waiting area, free Wifi, public restrooms, …

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Elizabeth Griffin Promoted to South Zone Drug Unit Supervisor

Indianapolis, IN- The Indiana State Police recently promoted Elizabeth Griffin to the position of South Zone Drug Identification Unit Supervisor. Griffin graduated from FJ Reitzz High School in Evansville, IN. in 1997 and attended Hanover College where she earned a BA in Chemistry in 2001 and a Masters of Natural …

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