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State’s charity gaming director retires
Diane Freeman retires from her post as director of charity gaming for the Indiana Gaming Commission after several decades of state service. Freeman has been the only person ever in charge of implementing and monitoring charity gaming for the [...]
Study: Indiana third most expensive state for medical professional services regarding injured workers
A new Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) study that compares prices paid for a similar set of medical professional services for treating injured workers across 36 states (that represent 87% of the workers’ compensation benefits paid in the United [...]
New RFI issued by IDOE
The Indiana Department of Education issues a Request for Information for “Title II A Related Support Providers” with responses due May 31. Specifically, IDOE, according to the RFI, “seeks to identify expert technical assistance partners, locally and across the [...]
SACS opts against YMCA agreement
Southwest Allen County Schools (SACS) decides not to enter into a formal agreement with the YMCA for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year. Despite discussions on a potential partnership to address staffing concerns related to SACS’ transition to a three-tier [...]