Elanco Animal Health’s decision to build its new global headquarters campus in Indianapolis at the former GM Stamping plant will likely spur transformational change to downtown and nearby neighborhoods, but there’s also a statewide component to the $300 million deal. What are the potential economic implications for communities like Clinton in Vermillion County? For more on that and what went into the decision we go one-on-one with Elanco President and CEO Jeff Simmons.

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