We’re taking a few days off here at Indy Politics, but that doesn’t mean we won’t keep you up to speed on the headlines.   Here are the top stories from today’s Statewide Summary.

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Two Southern Indiana judges suspended over disciplinary matters have been reinstated.   (News Tribune)

Gov. Eric Holcomb insists Indiana officials did everything right in an investigation into a worker death at an Amazon warehouse.  (WJCT)

Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler’s trial on a federal theft charge, which had been set to begin on Jan. 21, has been rescheduled for next spring.  (Star Press)

The facts seem indisputable: Indiana’s southern federal court is among the most overworked in the nation. (Indy Star)

A former health insurance executive criticized South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, for his time at consulting firm McKinsey & Co. and his work with a medical care provider, accusing the top-tier presidential candidate of using health insurance industry talking points against more progressive health care policy.  (The Hill)

The total shipment of recreational vehicles to dealers in November was down about 10.2% from last year, according to a report by the RV Industry Association.  (Goshen News)

The developer of a 130-megawatt wind farm in Jay County says it has secured $210 million in financing commitments for construction. Colorado-based Scout Clean Energy says construction on the Bitter Ridge Wind Farm, located on 10,000 acres in east-central Indiana, is expected to be completed next year.  (Inside Indiana Business)

Thinking of buying pot in Illinois on Jan. 1? Here’s how experts say it could affect your health — for better and for worse.  (Chicago Tribune)