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Watch a Man Pay His Fine In Coins – Other Than Being a Jerk, Is He Wrong?

This video brings up a very interesting question about making payments and the use of cash. The video features a guy in Australia who goes to City Hall to pay a parking ticket fine. He asks the cashier if they accept cash and she says yes. He says great, reaches into his backpack, pulls out a bank bag full of coins and dumps them on the counter...is he wrong?

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Indiana Granted a Federal Health-Law Waiver

According to Indiana Governor Mike Pence, the state has been granted a health-law waiver, which will temporarily allow it to oversee its own health insurance program. Indiana is the first state this year to be granted this exemption in regards to President Obama’s health-care law.

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Should College Athletes Be Able to Profit From Their Athletic Accomplishments?

The question of whether college athletes should be paid has been a major topic of discussion over the last couple of years and many are saying the time has come. This has again come to light thanks to the stories surrounding Texas A & M sophomore quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel and whether he was paid for signing memorabilia.

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Should Scooters Be Subject to the Same Laws for Licensing, Insurance and Registration as Other Motorized Vehicles?

The answer to the above question is a big fat...YES! Scooters have been a major topic of discussion lately thanks to a huge increase in scooter related accidents. There has also been a renewed call to legislators about updating and in some cases, changing the laws with regard to scooters.

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Should the Minimum Wage Be Raised to $10 Per Hour?

According to a new poll from the Hart Research Associates, more than 80% of American adults are in favor of the minimum wage being raised to slightly over $10 per hour. The current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour, which was established in July of 2009 and many believe a move up in the wage is in order.

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Does Alien Life Really Exist and Does Our Government Have Proof? The Disclosure Project Says Yes

Alien life is a topic everyone has an opinion on, but is there anyone who really knows the answers? My son Baylor and I really enjoy having this conversation and we both agree on one thing...it is hard to believe, almost ignorant really, to think that in this vast seemingly endless universe, that we are the ONLY intelligent life that exists anywhere.

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U.S. Justice System Is Based On Innocent Until Proven Guilty – Is That Really the Case?

Our Justice system has been front and center for the last couple of years, but especially over the last six months both locally and nationally. The most visible cases right now are  George Zimmerman and former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. In this piece, I want to focus on the basic premise of our Justice System and the notion of 'innocent until proven guilty' and in particular, Aaron Hernandez.

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Indiana Supreme Court Rules Legal Window Tint Can Still Get Drivers Busted

The Indiana Supreme Court says that even if a motorist has window tint that is well within the legal range, they can still be pulled over for it.

The state recently ruled that regardless if a driver’s car window tint complies with state law, police officers are still well within their legal right to stop any vehicle they believe has tinting that is too dark.

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Evansville Riverside Cross Display – Would Those in Favor Also Support Other Religious or Non-Religious Symbolic Displays?

As you are probably aware, the Evansville Board of Public Works has approved the display of 30 crosses along Downtown Evansville's riverfront August 4-18. This has been a hot button topic since it was first announced on June 20th.

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Indiana ACLU Filing Suit Against the City of Evansville Over Crosses on Riverside Drive

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a suit on behalf of two residents of Vanderburgh County. Citing the First Amendment, the suit takes aim at the City of Evansville for agreeing to allow a local church to display religious symbols on public property.

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New Jersey Says No More Trash Talking in High School Sports

Trash talking is as much a part of sports as the use of a ball for scoring purposes, but the State of New Jersey has implemented a 'trash talk ban' for high school sports that includes more than 400 schools in the state. Trash talking in New Jersey is considered a form of bullying and the athletic teams will be held to the same anti-bullying laws currently in effect in the schools the team s represent.

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New Sushi Restaurant is Booming Because of One Simple Rule – No Kids Allowed

As parents, we have all been in a restaurant where our kids are acting like zoo animals and we have to endure the stares and dirty looks from the other couples not dining with children...you know what I mean. Well, one Sushi restaurant in Virginia has banned kids under 18 and business is BOOMING!

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