Reality Check: Where are the jobs? - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Where are the jobs? Indiana job numbers still don't add up Video included

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In 2013, Indiana got a new job transparency law, a new job transparency website, and a new governor who pledged more openness about job-creation projects announced by the state. Despite all the talk about transparency, a six-month Eyewitness News investigation discovered Indiana is keeping secrets about hundreds of projects, thousands of missing jobs and millions in taxpayer dollars used to pay for them. More>>

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