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Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Hefty fines, prison time may await motorists who pass stopped school buses
Lake Central schools already are using cameras on the side of school buses to record motorists who fail to stop for children loading or unloading from the bus when the stop arm is extended. The Indiana Senate voted 49-0 Monday for a plan to make stop arm enforcement cameras available statewide. Senate Bill 2 now goes to the House. Staff photo by Tony V. Martin
Lake Central schools already are using cameras on the side of school buses to record motorists who fail to stop for children loading or unloading from the bus when the stop arm is extended. The Indiana Senate voted 49-0 Monday for a plan to make stop arm enforcement cameras available statewide. Senate Bill 2 now goes to the House. Staff photo by Tony V. Martin
Bill passing Indiana Senate 49-0 also authorizes schools to deploy cameras on the sides of school buses to record drivers illegally passing them

Tuesday, February 19, 2019


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Common Cause not optimistic redistricting reform will pass in 2019 Indiana General Assembly
Proposed vote by mail legislation dies without a hearing in Senate

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Grassroots public assembly planned on Saturday over Delaware County jail project
Organizer said the meeting is for citizens to speak their minds about the project, something he said hasn't been done by public officials

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
U.S. Supreme Court stands with conservation groups in Lake Michigan beach access case
Ruling says state holds this portion between ordinary high and low water marks of the shoreline in “public trust” for the benefits of its citizens

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Hoosier State fans hold out hope as Amtrak line cut from state budget plan
Passenger rail line would lose $3 million a year under a state budget plan released Tuesday. Greater Lafayette leaders hold out hope to save it

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Vibrant Communities Initiative part of La Porte County economic development strategy
Described as a "bottom up" form of community placemaking and inventorying of assets/listing of goals, rather than 'top down" centralized governmental planning

Wednesday, February 20, 2019




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