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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 […]

    A Good Sign the Era of Career Politicians is Ending?

    Career politicians are often faulted for many of the problems that crop up in government. The embodiment of the quintessential career politician may be that of The Simpsons’ Mayor Quimby, who has run Springfield for decades. That said, many well-intentioned efforts like term limits have been attempted to limit the incentives of remaining in office […]

    The Ritz Goes On and the Death Tax is Dead – Open Item

    We had quite a day yesterday with many visitors checking out the blog post on the public documents request from Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz’s office. One of the items I observed in that post was that it was hard to figure out what was going on with the email because of the pagination […]

    Daniels Is Right: Teacher Prep Programs Deserve Scrutiny

    Former Governor and current Purdue University President Mitch Daniels has been making headlines today after emails obtained by the Associated Press indicate that during his tenure as governor he directed members of his administration to improve the texts used for some college courses. To demonstrate why such efforts might be necessary, copied below is a […]

    Going Back to Session – Open Item

    Can you imagine how kids would feel if they took their exams, finished their classes and signed their yearbooks and started school for the summer, then were told they have to come back for a day to take a test? Well, given the propensity to compare the legislature to the school house, that’s exactly what […]

    Special Session to Override Pence’s Tax Veto – Open Item

    The General Assembly is going to be called into a Special Session for the purpose of overriding a Governor’s veto for the first time since the Speaker and President Pro Tempore have been given the power to do so. The veto they are voting to override involves legislation that deals local tax issues in The […]

    Leonard fails again to do basic journalism

    When you are writing a news article, you should get both sides of the story. Ideally, you should get a statement from the primary person on both sides – especially a state senator who has proposed controversial legislation. Why is this so difficult for the Bloomington Herald-Times to understand? Or is it more likely that […]

    Indiana Gubenatorial Debate Tonight at 7pm ET Followed by #HAchat with State Senator Jim Banks at 8pm ET

    Hoosier Access Twitter chat (or #HAchat) is every Wednesday at 8pm. We’re also going to live blog the Indiana Gubenatorial Debate on #HAchat before our weekly chat featuring Indiana State Senator Jim Banks. We’ll be talking about the debate and our chat on Twitter using the #HAchat hashtag as well as on our live blog […]

    Sen. Banks Encourages Committee to Review IPFW Independence

    Sen. Banks Encourages Committee to Review IPFW Independence STATEHOUSE (Feb. 22, 2012) – Sen. Jim Banks’ (R – Columbia City) Senate Concurrent Resolution 19, urging the Legislative Council to ask for an interim study committee review of the current oversight for Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW), passed unanimously today in the Senate Committee on […]

    Northeast lawmakers call for more transparency in school corporation spending

    Northeast lawmakers call for more transparency in school corporation spending STATEHOUSE (Jan. 19, 2012) – State Sen. Jim Banks (R-Columbia City) and State Sen. Carlin Yoder (R-Middlebury) are working to increase transparency in school corporation spending. Banks and Yoder introduced Senate Resolution 7 calling for a legislative review of information included in instructional and non-instructional […]


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