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After a busy week in the news, panelists Mike Murphy and Laura Albright have a lot to talk about on this week's edition of IN Focus, including the race for House speaker, and next week's Presidential debate.

Hillary Clinton will appear on the debate stage for the first time, just days after another controversial email surfaced that many Hoosiers didn't appreciate.

In an email from April 2010, Clinton writes, “Are you still in basketball-crazed Indianoplace?”

The term Indianoplace is a derogatory name and slang term for Indianapolis.

The email was found in a new bulk of Clinton’s private emails released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of State’s Freedom of Information Act office.

Although her spelling of Indianapolis was wrong, she is right about the city being basketball crazed!

A screen shot of the email is below:

Clinton's emails

Clinton’s camp responded to FOX59, saying “Hillary Clinton has long loved the Hoosier State and still has fond memories of campaigning there in 2008.”

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