Marijuana use among Indianapolis eighth graders is higher than the state and national average. That’s according to Drug Free Marion County which reports about 25 percent of children that age have used the drug in the past month.
With one of Indiana’s worst passing rates on last year’s statewide tests, Glenwood is all but assured its sixth straight F — leaving state officials with a decision to make before this school year is over.
Gov. Mike Pence will ask lawmakers in 2014 to cut more than $1 billion in taxes for businesses, parents and individuals and spend hundreds of millions more on roads, workforce development and preschool for poor Hoosier children.