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ㅤ"Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and businessman Mike Braun are statistically tied in Indiana’s widely watched Senate race, according to a poll released Monday by the Indianapolis Business Journal.
ㅤOf likely voters surveyed, 41 percent back Donnelly in his bid for a second Senate term, while 40 percent said they support Braun. Libertarian candidate Lucy Brenton receives 8 percent of the vote.
ㅤDonnelly’s 1-point lead is well within the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 4.6 percentage points."
ㅤFull story at The Hill. Posted here on 10/23/18. See "joe donnelly, indiana, senate."
ㅤ"An Indiana middle school student armed with two handguns opened fire inside his science classroom, authorities said, wounding a classmate and a teacher whose swift intervention was credited with saving lives."ㅤ
Full story at The Washington Times, image from marfeel(.com) – 5/26/18. See "shooter, noblesville, indiana."ㅤHomeㅤ
ㅤ"President Trump will hold a campaign rally in Indiana two days after the state’s closely watched primaries on Tuesday, his campaign announced.
ㅤThe President is set to appear at Atlantic Aviation on May 10 in South Bend, Ind., at 7 p.m. His campaign noted that this will be the President’s ninth rally in Indiana — and his second in South Bend — since announcing his Presidential campaign in 2015."ㅤ
Full story…at The Hill, image from thehill(.com) – 5/3/18. See "donald trump, potus, president, trump, campaign rally, indiana."ㅤ
ㅤ”Starting in 2019, the state will require able-bodied and working-age Medicaid beneficiaries to go to school, find a job, or participate in other qualifying events such as volunteering or job skills training for 20 hours a week.
ㅤSome beneficiaries, including those who are medically frail, students or pregnant, will be exempt from the requirements, said Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Director Jennifer Walthall at the press conference.
ㅤShe estimates that of the state’s 400,000 Medicaid recipients, 130,000 of them would qualify under the new work requirements.”
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Full story at The Washington Examiner, image from blogcdn(.com) – 2/2/18.
ㅤTags indiana, kentucky, medicaid, alex azar, jennifer walthall.
ㅤ”Nine states are planning to implement work requirements for their Medicaid enrollees, following Kentucky, which on Friday became the first place in the country to be approved to create such a program.
ㅤArizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Utah, and Wisconsin have submitted their own proposals, though some will have to work with federal officials to make sure their requests fit the guidelines laid out Thursday by the Trump administration.”