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December 28, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Business Community Clarifying Impact over lack of Bias Crimes Protection

The business community is now clarifying the overarching impact that a lack of bias protections for all is having on the Hoosier state. KSM Leaders weigh in on 2018 economic wins and losses Original story: http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/story/39702466/ksm-leaders-weigh-in-on-2018-wins-losses Top leaders with Indianapolis-based KSM Location Advisors say 2018 saw some big economic…

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December 12, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Indy Chamber Elects 2019 Board Leadership, Endorses Legislative Priorities

Elements Financial’s Lisa Schlehuber will chair Indy’s largest business group as it pushes progress on bias crimes, redevelopment tools, cigarette taxes & more INDIANAPOLIS, December 12, 2018: The Indy Chamber held its annual membership meeting today, electing its 2019 volunteer leadership and approving an ambitious legislative agenda for next…

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December 10, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Gov. Holcomb wants hate-crimes bill to include gender identity

This article is an example of the need for strong and unambiguous bias crimes legislation. To join our efforts to support this change, visit http://indychamber.com/advocacy/bias-crimes/.   Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s agenda for the 2019 legislative session includes a big focus on workforce development, growing the economy and improving public health.

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November 30, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Need for hate crime law in Indiana is gaining traction, prosecutor says

This article is an example of the need for strong and unambiguous bias crimes legislation. To join our efforts to support this change, visit http://indychamber.com/advocacy/bias-crimes/.   ANDERSON — A confrontation between two city employees and an Anderson resident last year quickly spiraled into what authorities are calling…

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November 16, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Stakeholder Update: Statehouse Smoke Signals

The 2018 election is in the books, and it was a good day for business advocates: As we reported last week, all Indy Chamber-endorsed legislative candidates earned victories, including challenger J.D. Ford in Senate District 29; Indianapolis Public Schools referenda won overwhelming support for safer schools and higher salaries for…

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November 6, 2018 Joe Pellman

Statement on 2018 Election Results

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indy Chamber and its Business Advocacy Committee reacted tonight to preliminary election results from across Central Indiana. With an aggressive advocacy agenda that extends from school boards to the Statehouse, the region’s largest business organization backed a number of growth-minded legislative candidates and supports continued progress in…

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November 6, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Indiana Trans Woman Shot in the Face by Alleged Hate Group Member

This article is an example of the need for strong and unambiguous bias crimes legislation. To join our efforts to support this change, visit http://indychamber.com/advocacy/bias-crimes/.   A 55-year-old Indiana transgender woman, Crystal Raquel Cash, remains in the hospital and unable to speak after she was shot in…

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November 6, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Ex-IU student gets probation for Muslim woman attack

This article is an example of the need for strong and unambiguous bias crimes legislation. To join our efforts to support this change, visit http://indychamber.com/advocacy/bias-crimes/.   BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — A former Indiana University student who tried to remove a Muslim woman’s headscarf has been…

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November 6, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

Shot fired through Evansville temple, FBI says likely a hate crime

This article is an example of the need for strong and unambiguous bias crimes legislation. To join our efforts to support this change, visit http://indychamber.com/advocacy/bias-crimes/.   EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) – The FBI is investigating after a shot was fired through a synagogue in Evansville. It happened at Adath…

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November 6, 2018 Courtney Smallwood

From vandalism to murder: Hate crimes you didn’t know were happening in Indiana

This article is an example of the need for strong and unambiguous bias crimes legislation. To join our efforts to support this change, visit http://indychamber.com/advocacy/bias-crimes/.   FORT WAYNE — “This is a hate crime.” That’s what a white supremacist told a Fort Wayne…

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