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BC-IN--Indiana Daybook, 1st Ld-Writethru, IN

February 12, 2019

INDIANA EDITORS: Corrects Wednesday item on media availability regarding the murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German to show that the girls’ bodies were discovered on Feb. 14, 2017, not on Feb. 13, 2017.

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Associated Press Indiana Daybook for Tuesday, Feb. 12.

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Feb. 12 11:05 AM Indiana Lt. Gov. Crouch’s public schedule - Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch speaks at Agribusiness Council of Indiana at Indiana Statehouse, Supreme Court conference room, 200 W Washington St, Indianapolis (11:05 AM EST); and speaks at 2019 Grant County State Legislative dinner at Columbia Club, 121 Monument Circle, Indianapolis (6:10 PM EST)

Location: Indianapolis, IN

Weblinks: http://www.in.gov, https://twitter.com/IN_Gov

Contacts: Jessica Cobb, Office of Indiana Lt. Gov. Crouch, JeCobb@lg.in.gov, 1 317 519 4563

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Feb. 12 11:30 AM Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb attends 2019 Salute to Business Luncheon

Location: Century Center, 120 S St Joseph St, South Bend, IN

Weblinks: http://www.in.gov, https://twitter.com/IN_Gov

Contacts: Alec Gray, Indiana Governor’s Office, AGray@gov.IN.gov, 1 317 452 3274

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Feb. 12 12:00 PM Indiana state legislators discuss SB 219 - Indiana state Sens. Jim Merritt and Aaron Freeman discuss ‘Senate Bill 219’, via news conference. The bill would extend the statute of limitations for civil suits against a person or entity whose negligent or intentional act or omission led to the sexual abuse of a child

Location: Indiana Statehouse, 200 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN

Contacts: Kate Shepherd, Kate Shepherd Communications, Kate@KateShepherdCommunications.com, 1 317 442 1674

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UPDATED EVENT: Tuesday, Feb. 12 6:30 PM Annual Friends of National Service Awards Reception - Friends of National Service Awards Reception, honoring leaders in govt, business, and journalism, based on ‘recognition and support for national service as a solution to some of the nation’s most pressing challenges’. Honorees include Democratic Sens. Chris Coons, Patty Murray, Catherine Cortez Masto, and Jack Reed; Republican Sens. John Boozman, Susan Collins, Roy Blunt, Bill Cassidy, Roger Wicker, Lisa Murkowski, Todd Young, and Johnny Isakson - who receives the inaugural John S. McCain Service to Country Award from Cindy McCain; Democratic Reps. Bobby Scott and Joe Courtney; Republican Rep. Scott Perry; Kansas City Chiefs President Mark Donovan, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu and First Lady Valerie Sununu; Buffalo, NY, Mayor Byron Brown, Manhattan, KS, Mayor Mike Dodson, and Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney; Tulsa Regional Chamber; The Detroit Free Press’ Rochelle Riley; and The Advocate, of Baton Rouge, LA

Location: Hyatt Regency, 400 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.voicesforservice.org, https://twitter.com/Voices4Service

Contacts: Ranit Schmelzer, Schmelzer Strategies, ranit@schmelzerstrategies.com, 1 202 538 1065

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Feb. 12 Winter storms forecast for Midwest and Northeast - Winter storms forecast across large parts of the Midwest and Northeast, with the National Weather Service issuing a number of winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories for the region and warning of snow accumulations of up to 20 inches in places, with disruption expected across the area

Weblinks: http://www.weather.gov, https://twitter.com/NWS

Contacts: Maureen O’Leary, National Weather Service press, maureen.oleary@noaa.gov, 1 301 427 9000; Susan Buchanan, National Weather Service media, susan.buchanan@noaa.gov, 1 301 427 9000;

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Wednesday, Feb. 13 1:30 PM Indiana House Environmental Affairs Committee hearing - Indiana House Environmental Affairs Committee hearing, on House Bill 1378 - a bi-partisan bill that aims to address major gaps in current law that leave Hoosiers’ health unprotected from factory farm pollution

Location: Indiana Statehouse, 200 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN

Weblinks: http://iga.in.gov

Contacts: House of Representatives, 1 317 232 9600

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Feb. 13 1:30 PM Carroll County officials provide update on on-going investigation of the murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German - Prosecutor Nick McLeland, Supt. Doug Carter, Sheriff Tobe Leazenby, FBI ASAC Danny Youmara, F/Sgt. Jerry Holeman, and Carroll County Detectives Tony Liggett and Kevin Hammond hold a media availability for the two year anniversary update on the on-going investigation of the murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German * The girls’ bodies were discovered on Feb. 14, 2017. A photo and audio recording of a man believed to be the suspect was found on German’s cell phone. No arrests have been made

Location: Carroll County Courthouse, 101 W Main St, Delphi, IN

Weblinks: http://www.in.gov, https://twitter.com/IN_Gov

Contacts: Sergeant Kim Riley, Indiana State Police, KRiley@isp.in.gov, 1 765 567 2125

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Feb. 13 FRAC ‘School Breakfast Scorecard’ released - Food Research & Action Center release annual ‘School Breakfast Scorecard’, ranking all 50 states and the District of Columbia on participation in the federal School Breakfast Program

Weblinks: http://www.frac.org/, https://twitter.com/fractweets

Contacts: Emily Pickren, FRAC communications, epickren@frac.org, 1 202 640 1118

Contact epickren@frac.org to receive an embargoed copy of the report * Report is embargoed until 13 Feb at 12:01 AM

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CORPORATE DATA

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Wednesday, Feb. 13 Simon Property Group: Q1 2019 Ex-dividend date

Weblinks: http://www.corporate-ir.net/ireye/ir_site.zhtml?ticker=SPG&script=2100

Contacts: Simon Property Investor Relations, ircontact@simon.com, 1 800 461 3439

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Thursday, Feb. 14 10:00 AM Indiana State Ethics Commission meeting

Location: Indiana State Library, 315 W Ohio St, Indianapolis, IN

Weblinks: http://www.in.gov, https://twitter.com/IN_Gov

Contacts: Jennifer Cooper, Indiana State Ethics Commission, jcooper@ig.in.gov, 1 317 234 4108

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Thursday, Feb. 14 11:30 AM Rally in support of ABLE Tax Credit Legislation held at the Indiana Statehouse - Rally in support of ABLE Tax Credit Legislation held at the Indiana Statehouse, with attendees including Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell, The Arc of Indiana Executive Director Kim Dodson, and Indiana ABLE Authority Executive Director Amy Corbin

Location: Indiana Statehouse, 200 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN

Weblinks: http://www.in.gov, https://twitter.com/IN_Gov

Contacts: Catherine Seat, Office of the Treasurer, cseat@tos.in.gov, 1 317 232 6386

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CORPORATE DATA

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Thursday, Feb. 14 Eli Lilly & Co: Q1 2019 Ex-dividend date

Weblinks: https://investor.lilly.com/events.cfm

Contacts: Lauren Zierke, Lilly (Eli) & Co Press, lauren_zierke@lilly.com, 1 317 277 6524

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