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Olney considers golf cart ordinance

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Olney considers golf cart ordinance

Olney considers golf cart ordinance

The law would allow golf carts and UTV's to drive on certain roads in city limits.


Olney considers golf cart ordinance

Congressman a congressman representing indiana says getting internet connection to rural areas is vital.

Today, he was in terre haute.

Congressman larry bushon visited local internet service provider, "joink" employees showed buschon their work to improve high speed internet access.

He praised the work joink is doing for west central indiana.

The congressman called "rural connection" a "front burner" issue in washington d-c.

We also had a chance to ask his thoughts on "president donald trump's" impeachment inquiry.

Here's what he had to say.

"the president has been transparent and released the transcript of his conversation."

/// "and i don't support removing this president."

/// "look we have an election in a little over a year.

Let the american people decide whether or not this is someone they want to be their president or not."

Bucshon says the democrats are trying to impeach president trump

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