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Gov. Eric Holcomb filed an emergency motion with the Indiana Supreme Court to seek clarification on whether Attorney General Curtis Hill’s law suspension creates a vacancy in the office.   (Journal Gazette)

The Indiana Republican Party has decided to cancel its in-person convention in 2020, Chairman Kyle Hupfer announced Tuesday.  (IBJ)

Former U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita says he could become a new Republican challenger to embattled Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill’s reelection bid.  (AP – Indiana)

The Indiana State Department of Health has hired Maximus, a health and human services company, for contact tracing to interview Hoosiers who have tested positive for the coronavirus.  (WIBC)

The Governor’s Workforce Cabinet is partnering with a nonprofit to provide workers with information about the state’s Workforce Ready grants for job certifications. It’s the first step in a multi-agency job recovery plan the state is calling “Rapid Recovery For A Better Future.”  (Indiana Public Media)

After eight weeks of shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, Evansville area diners may finally sit down to eat inside a restaurant.  (Courier Press)

Porter County’s parks are open for business — but you’d better do your business, so to speak, before you visit. Restrooms, like other county buildings, aren’t open yet.  (Times of Northwest Indiana)

A nonprofit group dedicated to civic engagement last week launched an ambitious effort to register 750,000 new voters in Indiana in time for the 2020 General Election(South Bend Tribune)

Indy Politics speaks with Barbara Tully and Shelly Brown of Indiana Vote By Mail.  They say with COVID-19, now is the perfect time for Indiana to expand that option.  (Indy Politics)

Dreasjon Reed’s mother spoke publicly for the first time Tuesday, six days after her son was fatally shot by an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officer during an incident that was broadcast on Facebook Live.  (Indy Star)