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The banks along Fort Wayne’s rivers serve multiple purposes. Vegetation controls erosion, and helps filter water. Other impermeable areas help with runoff, and control flooding. We continue our series "The Three Rivers" with an explainer on an important, but often overlooked feature: riparian buffers.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in King vs. Burwell Wednesday, a case that challenges one of the primary components of the Affordable Care Act. The outcome could affect hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers.
People like to compare the Affordable Care Act to a stool with three legs. The first leg mandates that insurers can’t discriminate against potential buyers; the second leg requires people to have insurance; and the third provides those who don’t have enough money to buy insurance subsidies so they can afford it.
The Indiana House easily approved legislation repealing the state’s common construction wage, and the bill’s support in the Senate looks strong. For the bill’s opponents, pushing it to a summer study committee could be their best hope.
Set by local boards, the common construction wage is a sort of minimum wage for public construction projects.
In this episode of The Weekly Experiment, Martin Fisher from Science Central explains our sense of balance. How does our body know when it changes position, and what are the organs that help us process that information?
The House this week easily approved legislation aimed at making it easier for midwives to operate legally in Indiana. But the bill’s future is less certain in the Senate.
Legislation in 2013 established the framework for legalizing midwifery. But the law requires midwives to have written collaborative agreements with physicians, and unwillingness by doctors to enter into those agreements derailed the state’s attempt to create a licensing process.
The 42nd annual Fort Wayne Home and Garden show starts Thursday. The expected high turnout this year could be a sign of economic recovery.
Nationwide, the recovery in the housing market has been slow the last few years, but spending on home improvement and repair has fared a bit better. That’s according a report released by Harvard last month, which also projects that type of spending to slow down this year.