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Should county officials have to reveal which companies will receive government help?

Recently the Elkhart County Council, the Elkhart County Commissioners and the Economic Development Corp. of Elkhart County all worked together to extend C.R. 4 and to provide a $10 million tax phase-in to Amazon to construct two facilities along the Indiana Toll Road without revealing the company’s name to the public. The development effort was known locally as “Project Winnie,” and was led by a property development company. In the future, should these three county entities be allowed to hide what company will benefit from government actions, or should the end-users of such developments be revealed at the outset?

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Oct. 15

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Deaths — 503, up 1

Unique individuals tested — 132,908, up 225

Total tests — 389,474, up 874

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