Editorial in English
On Feb. 23, the Indiana Senate passed SB 590, an Arizona-style immigration bill. If the Indiana House goes back into session, SB 590 is expected to pass and go to the governor for his signature
Convention to cancel if immigration bill passes
An Arizona-style proposal to crack down on illegal immigration has sparked protests from convention groups who say they’ll avoid Indianapolis if the measure becomes law.
The voters of Indiana want solutions. Responsible elected officials and policy-makers in Indiana must navigate the hot-button issue of immigration away from costly, divisive and controversial proposals and toward solutions that focus on the state’s pressing needs.
INDIANAPOLIS —— Numerous area high schools, middle schools and elementary schools are targets for a radical House Republican plan to create “for profit” schools in Indiana, according to State Rep. Craig Fry (D-Mishawaka).
I Inicio I Locales I Internacionales I Nacionales I Columnas I Entretenimiento I Deportes I Clasificados I Publicidad I Escríbanos I Conózcanos I English Section I Advertise I Contact us I Archivo I Enlaces I
El Puente, LLC. ©