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Good morning. Today is the 27th of February and this is your Open Item.

In case you missed it (ICYMI), we had two outstanding posts yesterday here at Hoosier Access.

Writers’ Guild Member Scott Tibbs led the day off with his article on ballot requirements that are illegal and favor incumbents. Specifically citing the Monroe County Assessor office, Tibbs focused on the actions of the Democrat controlled Monroe County Election Board. Take a few minutes to check it out.

Contributor Nate Hummel followed up later in the day with his post about the Medical Device Tax and how it is not beneficial for the state of Indiana. Hummel has been on a roll recently producing content that encourages our viewers to step out of their comfort zone and think on issues that might not normally consider.

If you have something to add, tell us in the comment section below.

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