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SEP 30, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Indiana AG proposes home contractor registry

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana residents looking to hire contractors for home repair or remodeling projects would be able to search a state registry that's among a package of legislative proposals Attorney General Greg Zoeller said Tuesday he's supporting in an effort to boost consumer protections. Zoeller said his office received about 930 consumer complaints last year about home repair and ...

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SEP 30, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Police track down stolen ambulance in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Police have tracked down an ambulance soon after it was stolen from an Indianapolis hospital. The ambulance was reportedly driven away about 6 a.m. Tuesday from Community East Hospital on the city's east side. Indianapolis broadcasters report police officers arrested a person after the ambulance was spotted a few miles from the hospital and it went onto ...

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SEP 30, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Indiana casinos want wagering, admission taxes cut

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A legislative study committee is weighing requests from Indiana casino operators to reduce the state's progressive wagering tax rate and eliminating the $3 admission tax for everyone who enters a riverboat, even if not gambling. The (Munster) Times reports (bit.ly/1yx9giS) most casino representatives requested the tax cuts during a hearing before the Legislature's gaming study committee last ...

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SEP 29, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Prison agency gets $1 million to fight injuries

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Department of Correction has been awarded nearly $1 million to identify offenders with traumatic brain injuries and help them avoid a return to prison. The four-year federal grant came from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Health Resources and Services Administration.

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SEP 28, 2014 - ABC News

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