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    Profiling the Candidates for House District 84

    House District 84 is currently represented by State Representative Bob Morris (R-Fort Wayne). The district is located inside Allen County and encompasses primarily the northeast side of Fort Wayne. The district is reliably Republican. Current representative Morris came into office in 2010 when he won the caucus to replace Randy Borror who had resigned. This […]

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    OPEN ITEM: Sen. Delph News May Overshadow Final HJR 3 Vote

    I mentioned in last Friday’s Open Item that State Senator Mike Delph (R-Carmel) had taken to Twitter to share his thoughts ont he debate surrounding the marriage amendment. Well, Sen. Delph decided that he wasn’t done and continued his remarks, responses and retweets that morning, culminating with his statement that he’ll be making an announcement […]

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    OPEN ITEM – News Doesn’t Stop for Valentine’s Day

    Happy Valentine’s Day to all our loyal readers – whether you’re celebrating with your sweetheart, your family or your friends, please know we appreciate our readers very much! Unfortunately we have to kick off the Valentine’s Day edition of our Open Item with some sad news. Last night it made the rounds on social media […]

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    OPEN ITEM: Craft Beer & Mass Transit

    Good morning. Today is the 13th of February and this is your Open Item. Lawmakers could very well left the 70 year ban on alcohol at the Indiana State Fair according to The South Bend Tribune. This is change is due to the desire to promote Indiana Craft Brews, Wines and Liquors. According to the state […]

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    CDBG grants and the Tenth Amendment

    Why are the taxpayers of the other 49 states subsidizing local government and private charities in Bloomington, Indiana? If local government is going to be distributing money, shouldn’t it be from the local tax base? Last night, the Bloomington City Council voted to distribute a pot of money from the federal government to various social […]

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    OPEN ITEM: Indiana TV Landscape Shakeup

    Big change in the Fort Wayne television landscape as the stations collectively known as “Indiana’s News Center” were sold and will now be operated jointly by Quincy Newspapers, Inc. of Illinois, according to Paul Wyche of the Journal Gazette. These stations comprise the ABC and NBC affiliates in the Fort Wayne market, as well as […]

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    Pence Releases Statement on Business Personal Property Tax

    Governor Mike Pence met with mayors from across the state today regarding the Business Personal Property Tax. You might recall that Governor Pence seeks to phase this tax out from Indiana’s tax code as quickly as possible. The Business Personal Property Tax was mentioned in his State of the State address, the State Director of […]

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    OPEN ITEM: I-69 Getting New Lanes

    Good morning! Today is the 11th of February and this is your Open Item. The Indianapolis Star is reporting that there are plans to add additional lanes to I-69 between Fishers and Anderson. This is sure to come as good news to our readers who live north of the city and commute in everyday. The […]

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    OPEN ITEM – Which Indiana Legislators are Most Conservative?

    In a state as conservative as Indiana it can be hard to be more conservative than the next legislator. Well, for the first time the American Conservative Union has taken a crack at evaluating Indiana’s state legislators with a view toward identifying legislators whose rhetoric matches their voting record. This year the ACU identified four […]

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    Senate Serves Indiana Farmers, Approves Industrial Hemp

    This past week the Senate passed SB 357 by a bipartisan vote of 49-0, for the planting and harvesting of industrial hemp. First, you can’t get high off of hemp like you can its cousin marijuana; it lacks the THC content of marijuana. It was wrongly lumped in the same group as marijuana in the […]

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