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INDOT 2021 ADA Transition Plan available

The Indiana Department of Transportation has released the 2021 ADA Transition Plan.

Attorney General Todd Rokita: US DOE backs off critical race theory

Today, the Biden Administration reversed course on educational proposals aimed at imposing the teaching of critical race theory, the 1619 Project, and other similar curricula into America’s classrooms.

2021 College Equity Report released

The fourth annual College Equity Report provides a deeper analysis of the performance of Indiana’s high school graduates and disaggregates data by race and ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, and geography.

Indiana’s June Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 4.1 percent for June, and the national rate is 5.9 percent.

Holcomb statement on the 2021 Fiscal Year close-out

Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb offered the following statement on July 14, 2021, regarding the 2021 fiscal year close-out, which resulted in $3.9 billion in combined reserves.

Lima Road paving project to begin – 7/18/2021

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces lane restrictions on Lima Road between Coliseum Boulevard and Edgewood Avenue in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Attorney General Todd Rokita sues Google again

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has filed a multistate lawsuit against Google over monopolistic practices used by the digital giant to thwart competition and maintain unfair control over markets.

Gov. Holcomb concludes economic development trip to Qatar

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb concluded an economic development trip to Qatar today to cultivate new business relationships in the Middle East while advancing innovation, investment, and job creation in Indiana.

FSSA Secretary Dr. Jennifer Sullivan stepping down

Dr. Jennifer Sullivan, the secretary of the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has notified Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb that she is stepping away from her position.

New Indiana state record set for cover crops

Indiana farmers have set a conservation record this year by planting an estimated 1.5 million acres of overwinter living cover crops, the largest amount ever recorded by an Indiana Conservation Partnership survey.