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State, county and local government agencies have been pressed to develop and implement electronic records management programs that not only meet their legal and internal business needs, but also their responsibilities to the public.

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On June 28, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the expansion of Medicaid envisioned in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was an option, not a mandate for states (see the full text of their opinion here). While upholding the expansion of Medicaid, the Supreme Court limited the power of the federal government to secure compliance by penalizing states that refuse to expand their Medicaid programs. Chief Justice John Roberts said that the federal government could not compel states by cutting off all of the federal money they receive for existing Medicaid programs.

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It’s no secret these days that the cost of gas is on the rise. Paying at the pump can really cause a commuter to burn through funds. However, several Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorneys have made a common practice of getting to work without paying a dime for gasoline, all while reducing their carbon footprint and getting exercise in the process.

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Earlier this year, a new law took effect that expanded the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission’s (IURC) jurisdiction over municipal utilities.

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At Bingham Greenebaum Doll, we are committed to the communities we serve. That commitment includes our annual service in the March Against Hunger. The Indiana Attorney General’s office recently announced the 2012 March Against Hunger Division Winners.  Bingham Greenebaum Doll placed 3rd in the large firms division. Fifty-one law groups participated this year, including firms of ...

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As first appeared April 4, 2012 on the Inside Indiana Business Website

Indiana cities and towns are in the business of providing utility services to their constituents.

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Congratulations and a ‘super’ thank you are due to partner Sue Beesley for her involvement in the planning and execution of the Super Bowl Village during the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

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Newly enacted Indiana legislation will increase the amount of paperwork produced by water utilities of all types.

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Conference attendees heard from Rep. B. Patrick Bauer (D), House Minority Leader; Rep. Brian C. Bosma, Esq. (R), Speaker of the House; Sen. Vi Simpson, Esq. (D), Senate Minority Leader; and Sen. David Long, Esq. (R), President Pro Tempore. Among the hot topics discussed were right-to-work legislation, a statewide smoking ban, and school vouchers.

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As first appeared Nov. 15, 2011, on the International District Energy Association WebsiteIRS finding allows depreciation up to 70% faster than comparable property

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