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Making strides

A recent study found Indiana is the least green of the 25 largest states in the nation.


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Wisconsin readies to clear Capitol of protesters

With Republican Gov. Scott Walker's bill to strip public workers of collective bargaining rights stuck in a legislative stalemate, some of the protesters who made the Capitol their home over the past two weeks hinted that they might not go easily when police begin clearing the building at 4 p.m.


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Indiana House adjourns amid GOP, Dems stalemate

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana House Minority Leader Patrick Bauer said Thursday he's not sure whether boycotting Democrats will return to the Statehouse on Monday because so far "nothing's changed" as House Republicans refuse to negotiate or drop contentious labor and education bills from their agenda.  



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Arab world protests at a glance

A summary of Thursday's developments in the Arab world, as instability and anti-government protests inspired by uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia spread in the region.


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Oil prices fall as Libya production fears ease

NEW YORK (AP) — Oil prices dropped Thursday for the first time in nine days after the International Energy Agency said the rebellion in Libya may have cut oil production less than originally feared.


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Indiana governor calls public unions 'elite'

CINCINNATI (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, whose state Legislature is among those debating restrictions on collective bargaining, called public employee unions "the privileged elite" during a speech in Ohio.




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SGA slates debate on the radio

Student Government Association presidential and vice presidential candidates participated in a much more informal second debate on the air with WCRD's David Boulton.


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Big airlines try to raise fares again

DALLAS — Major U.S. airlines are trying to revive fare increases for high-end tickets after failing to impose bigger price increases last week.


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Feinberg: His oil spill claims work 'unparalleled'

NEW ORLEANS — The administrator in charge of Gulf oil spill claims argued in a court filing posted Tuesday that the openness of the process has been "nothing short of extraordinary," and his efforts to compensate victims have exceeded what is required by federal law.







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