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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Connie Lamm
Connie Lamm wore her Indianapolis Colts snowman earrings to work Tuesday morning because it's wintertime and those are her winter earrings. Before she started her waitress shift at Cafe Zuppa about a mile north of Lucas Oil Stadium — her Mecca — she proudly showed them off: a foggy, glass snowman sitting atop a brown football with the Colts' blue horseshoe logo emblazoned on the ball.
"I love the guy," she said, "and I'm serious."
One way or another, he won't play here forever, she acknowledged.