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Howey Politics Indiana April 19, 2019
Howey Politics Indiana April 19, 2019: Buttigieg, Sanders showdown in Indiana; HPI Analysis: Mueller report hardly an 'exoneration'; Horse Race: Mayoral race updates; Howey Col: Toadyism has its limits in Indiana
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  • Walorski lauds Trump lifting metals tariffs
    “This is great news for American manufacturers, farmers, workers, and families. The agreement with Canada and Mexico to lift steel and aluminum tariffs and retaliation without quotas will allow the U.S. to better target China’s unfair trade practices and pave the way for the USMCA. I’m grateful to President Trump and Ambassador Lighthizer for fulfilling their pledge to resolve this issue so we can move full steam ahead on a modernized trade agreement with two of our closest trading partners. I look forward to working together to finalize a great deal for the American people.” - U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski after President Trump announced he was lifting steel and aluminum tariffs on Mexico and Canada. Trump also said he would not impose tariffs on autos. Walorski is pictured with Ambassador Robert Lighthizer.
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  • Indiana newspaper closings continue

    Indiana's atrophied newspaper saga continues. Today we learn of the closing of the Hendricks County Flyer, which covered Brownsburg, Avon, Plainfield and surrounding areas. Publisher Beverly Joyce told readers that only 6% of recipients voluntarily paid for the paper. “Unfortunately, the business model of free content to a large print audience was not sustainable,” the paper quoted Joyce saying. “We tried every way we could to keep the operation viable.”

    This sad news comes as close to 1,800 newspapers across the U.S. have closed since 2004. Other newspapers closing in Indiana include NUVO Newsweekly in Indianapolis and Green Banner Publishing of Pekin, which had newspapers in Scott, Washington and Floyd counties. The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel is now a one-person operation.

    This is a crisis for Hoosier citizens. Where will they be getting their local news? - Brian A. Howey, publisher

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