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Topic - John Barnes
Advocates for Medicaid expansion have resubmitted their proposal for a ballot initiative in the November election after the state's attorney general raised legal concerns about the previous version.
Oriol Servia is next in what could be a growing line of drivers for Panther Racing the rest of this IndyCar season.
Panther Racing parted ways with JR Hildebrand on Thursday after his third major mistake since joining the team in 2011.
John Barnes and Dennis Reinbold grew up in the IndyCar Series together. Now the two Indianapolis-based owners and longtime friends are teaming up to help one another, just in time for the biggest race of the season.
IndyCar has fined Panther Racing owner John Barnes and placed him on probation until the end of the year for posting a critical comment on Twitter.
Fox did not have a comment on the ruling, spokesman John Barnes said.
Barnes said his team was looking at its options and that it had been "an incredible privilege" to work with the guard.