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WASHINGTON (AP) — Tweaking the way the government measures inflation sounds like an obscure method to help reduce budget deficits, but over time it would lead to significantly lower Social Security benefits while increasing taxes, mainly on low- and...
RICK CALLAHAN,Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Survivors of a deadly explosion that devastated an Indianapolis neighborhood are trying to rebuild their lives even as they await answers about what caused the massive blast. Investigators are focusing on natural gas-fueled...
WSBT-TVMERRILLVILLE, Ind. – NIPSCO has some good news as we head into the cold weather season. Assuming we have normal winter temperatures, NIPSCO expects our home heating bills to be among the lowest in a decade and slightly below last year’s...
Tags: Petroleum Industry
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Republican presidential contenders have mixed reviews for a federal program that helps thousands of poor residents with their heating bills. Texas Rep. Ron Paul wants to do away with the federal program altogether. He says...
Tags: Executive Branch, Ron Paul, Politics, Mitt Romney, Elections
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Department of Treasury has begun processing home heating credits for low-income residents. Residents can apply for the credits for 2011 heating payments on their state income tax return or by filing a Michigan...
Tags: Personal Income, Tax Credits, Politics, Taxation
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two of Indiana's largest natural gas utilities are projecting heating bills won't be any higher this winter. NIPSCO says if winter temperatures are normal, its customers should see an 8 percent decrease in their overall home...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterTuesday marks the first day that low-income residents can seek help with their heating bills from the government's Energy Assistance Program, but there's a catch. Millions of dollars in cuts proposed by Congress and President Obama mean that there likely...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterEDWARDSBURG - It’s been seven years since Jeff Swadinsky bought a new shotgun, four years since he’s purchased a new tree stand. But last week, standing in the parking lot outside Lunker’s sporting goods store, the Dowagiac hunter could...
Tags: Rentals, Forests, Real Estate, Defense, Hunting
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans controlling the House promised Thursday to slash domestic agency spending by almost 20 percent in their drive to bring it back to levels in place before President Barack Obama took office. House Budget Committee...
SOUTH BEND — Single-digit temperatures have caused a double-digit increase in people seeking help to pay their heating bills. Officials from the United Way say help is still available. After the automotive industry's troubles, Phil Cable said he...
Tags: United Way , St. Joseph County (Indiana), Soups
Peoples Gas has dropped its request for automatic rate hikes on home heating bills to pay to replace aging pipes below city streets. Chicago's Peoples Gas is floating legislation in Springfield that would add a surcharge onto utility bills to pay for a...
Peoples Gas has dropped its request for automatic rate hikes on home heating bills to pay to replace aging pipes below city streets. The natural gas utility is now floating new legislation in Springfield that would add a surcharge onto its utility bills...
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