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Archive for December, 2012

Pence to Include 10% Income Tax Cut in First Budget

Sunday, December 9th, 2012

Unless Indiana Governor-elect Mike Pence has a change of heart, expect him to include his proposed 10-percent income tax cut in the first budget he submits to the General Assembly. The tax cut was one of the cornerstones of Pence’s campaign promises.  However some Indiana lawmakers have expressed concerns that such a tax cut might […]

The State of Indiana Black Youth

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

A report by Indiana Black Expo shows some unsettling data regarding the state of Black youth in the Hoosier State. There are more than 200,000 Black youth in Indiana, making up 11.25% of the population between ages 0-19.  The survey revealed the following… The percentage of Hoosier families headed by single mothers was 57.7%,  more […]

Concerned Clergy Evicted From Carson Center

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

An area political organization that was once a considered a powerhouse for civil rights and social justice in Indianapolis has been kicked out of its office space in the Julia Carson Government Center for failure to pay its rent. The Concerned Clergy which consisted of pastors, lay people, elected officials and some local business people […]