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Chief justice prefers ‘transitioning’ to ‘retiring’

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Chief justice prefers ‘transitioning’ to ‘retiring’

By John Krull The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS — Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard looks tired. It is the afternoon of the day he announced his retirement from the Indiana Supreme Court.  When he steps down on March 4, he will have served as chief justice for 25 years and have been on the court for […]

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Shepard leaving Indiana Supreme Court

By John Krull The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard said Wednesday that he would retire from the bench in the spring. The announcement that Shepard, who has been serving on the Supreme Court since 1985 and has been chief justice since 1987, brought immediate reaction from around the state. Gov. […]

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Right-to-work debate a domestic dispute

By John Krull The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS—Perhaps the Republicans and the Democrats in the Indiana General Assembly could resolve their differences over right-to-work legislation through counseling. A family therapist once told me that the toughest disputes to resolve in a troubled relationship are the ones in which “both partners are right, but they’re right about […]

And the band still plays

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And the band still plays

By John Krull The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS — The man in the hospital bed didn’t move. A machine helped him breathe. Tubes attached to his arms pumped drugs into his veins.  He was in a coma.  He was dying. He had AIDS. That was a dozen years ago.  He was a colleague at a place […]

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Analysis: Ballard earned his win

By John Krull The Statehouse File A year ago, Greg Ballard stood poised on the edge of defeat in the mayor’s race. The David Bissard case made it seem as if the police were out of control and managing law enforcement was an issue – in fact, perhaps the only specific issue – the Republican […]