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    OPEN ITEM – Labor Regulations and Candidate Updates

    Congressman Todd Rokita (R-Clermont) has had a busy week, no few than three videos were posted on his YouTube channel with committee hearings covering the budget, education programs and labor regulations. We made the latter our Hoosier Highlight for this week and you can view the video clip at the top of our homepage. You […]

    OPEN ITEM: Bill Nye Debates Evolution vs. Creationism

    Good morning! Today is the 6th of February and this is your Open Item. The Indianapolis Star had an interesting article that referenced a report stating that the coal mines located in the Hoosier State contain untapped water resources. ISTEP and academic standards are next on the agenda for the State Board of Education. Most […]

    OPEN ITEM – Common Core Suspension; Mass Transit Tax Advance

    As I shared earlier this week, the spotlight did in fact shift to the Senate, where a number of major bills were waiting for action. Yesterday produced votes on one of the proposals we mentioned along with a number of other bills before the mid-session break. The Senate will take up HJR 3 in committee […]

    OPEN ITEM: SerVaas Passes and Homes Demolished

    Good Morning! Today is the 4th of February and this is your Open Item. We heard yesterday that former City-County Council President and lifelong Indianapolis businessman, Beurt SerVaas, passed away. SerVaas was well known for coming into failing businesses and turning them around. One of the most iconic business that he is responsible for rescuing […]

    Profiling Indiana’s Eighth Congressional District Race

    This week Hoosier Access takes a look at the Republican candidates for the Indiana’s Eighth Congressional District. Career heart surgeon turned Congressman Larry Bucshon (R-Newburgh) is running for his third term to this office and is being challenged by local businessman Andrew McNeil. Historically speaking the Eighth Congressional District has been the source of the […]

    OPEN ITEM – The Senate Now Rises

    Much of the attention this legislative session has been focused on the Indiana House of Representatives up until their vote this week on HJR 3, the constitutional amendment that would define the nature of marriage in Indiana. With House passage of an amended amendment, much of that attention will now be focused on the Senate. […]

    OPEN ITEM: Gun Legislation Backfires?

    Good morning. Today is the 1st of February and this is your Open Item. There is an interesting story out in The Indianapolis Star that covers the gun legislation that was set to appear this session. The piece, written by Stephanie Wang, goes into detail about the multiple ways that legislation that would have allowed a […]

    OPEN ITEM – Propane Emergency and Candidate Filings

    A big story that impacts many Hoosiers and other families across the Midwest is the current shortage of propane. While it isn’t as big an issue in urban areas, there are a number of people who depend on propane to heat their homes. As the record cold weather has rocked this region of the country […]

    House Bill 1351 needs to be defeated

    Note: This article reflects only the position of HA Writers’ Guild member Scott Tibbs. When I first saw the summary for House Bill 1351, I wondered if Michelle Obama had somehow taken control of the Republican caucus in the Indiana House of Representatives. Fortunately, that is not the case, but this is certainly something that […]

    OPEN ITEM: Welfare Standards & Academic Standards Changing

    Good morning. Today is the 30th of January and this is your Open Item. According to RTV6, the process of stripping Common Core from Indiana schools cleared its first obstacle yesterday.With a deadline of July 1st, legislators must decided whether to completely strip out the national standards or keep them. If they decided to let […]


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