Last month Governor Pence signed into law banning certain abortions
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According to the 2013 U.S. Census Bureau, 15,800 persons lived in Illinois who were residents of Indiana a year earlier. That’s 12 percent of the
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Via Indiana Economic Digest –
Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Joe Donnelly are seeking a disaster declaration to help farmers whose crops have been damaged from the summer’s high rain levels.
In 50 counties, reported crop damage and losses have met or exceeded 30 percent of a crop, and three counties have experienced a significant number of damages and losses to multiple crops, according to a news release. Under a disaster designation, low-interest emergency loans will be made available to all producers suffering losses in that county, as well as in counties contiguous to a disaster-designated county.
The National Weather Service reports rains set a statewide June rainfall record with a state average of 8.99 inches. The previous record was 8.13 inches set in June 1958.
Data compiled by Bloomberg between 2013 – 2014. Read full article here.