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The Tribune-StarTERRE HAUTE - Terre Haute business owner Mike Tingley has some pretty strong opinions about legislative efforts in Indiana toward a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. "It's a good reason for people to leave Indiana if such a thing should happen,"...
I have always liked Jeb Bush and I would be willing to bet a dollar or two that he would have been the one Republican, above all others, the Obama White House did not want to get the GOP presidential nomination. JB would beat Obama and I would have...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterA 55-year-old disabled Mishawaka man has filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Mishawaka alleging his civil rights have been violated because some buildings, including City Hall and Battell Center, are not handicap-accessible, he claims. Donald...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan House on Thursday passed a package of bills aimed at clarifying the state's voter-approved law allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes. The House passed four bills — including the first...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock isn't one to back down from a fight. He drew national attention -- and the accompanying praise and criticism -- in 2009 when he sued to block Chrysler's government-brokered bankruptcy on behalf of state...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar has be-come an Indiana political icon during the past four decades. As Indianapolis mayor from 1968 to '76, then as a senator since 1977, Lugar has built a reputation as a skilled legislator and states-man whom...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Early voting for Indiana's primary next week is down by nearly 40 percent from four years ago when Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were crisscrossing the state in their presidential campaigns four years ago. State figures...
Tags: Primaries, Voting, Richard Lugar, Elections, Hillary Clinton
WSBT-TV ReporterIt’s supposed to be a “temporary” clinic until 2015 or until a new Veteran’s Affairs hospital is up and running, but the inside of South Bend’s new VA Clinic appears to be anything but temporary – everything looks and...
Tags: Health, Joe Donnelly, Hospitals and Clinics, Lobbying
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has a new campaign slogan: "Forward." Obama's re-election team unveiled its new motto in a video released Monday morning. The seven-minute video begins by recalling the grim state of the nation's economy...
Tags: Republican Party, Washington, DC, Elections
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana lawmaker who drew criticism for calling the Girl Scouts a radical group that promotes abortions and homosexuality has received only one campaign contribution in the months since that controversy. The Journal...
The controversy surrounding the Senior PGA tournament coming to Benton Harbor continues. Next month, protesters are organizing an Occupy PGA march during the event. The group made the following statement: "We are committed to escalating the Occupy...
Tags: Jack Nicklaus, Human Rights, Sports, Golf
South Bend TribuneA candidate for St. Joseph Probate Court Judge is raising concerns about a local organization bussing hundreds of recently registered high school voters to the polls Saturday morning. Ken Sheetz, who is seeking the Democratic nomination in the May 8...
Tags: Justice System, Polls, Schools, Teaching and Learning, Students
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