When Rep. P. Eric Turner faced a review for intervening behind closed doors in legislation in which he had a clear financial interest, it was a panel of his own colleagues who ruled there was no violation of state ethics law.
Our urban-school leaders, who are reorganizing, renaming and retooling Common Core standards, are making another costly mistake. Common Core proponents and Indiana educators have likely not reviewed international programs that are leading the world in math and science.
I am a high school student and always look forward to lunch every day, only to be disappointed. The quality and quantity just isn't up to par. Students, especially teens, need more choices.

Opinion

  • Pooled city resources would reduce killings
    When are we going to shift our focus of police distribution and finances?
  • Collateral damage
    Some day, it will all be over. That's the only nugget of hope extractable from Huntertown's many-fronted battle to develop its own sewage-treatment system.
  • Honoring the gift given by generations past
    Fort Wayne's Legacy Fund should be treated the same as the assets of a private foundation. Custodians of those funds have an obligation to ensure the funds benefit the community in decades from today and for generations to come.
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