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    Back To School Edition – Open Item

    My apologies for the brief hiatus of the Open Items – my wife just started up her college semester and I am still adjusting to our new morning routine. That said, I’m glad that I could get back to it in time for a post before I leave later today for Orlando and Americans for […]

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    Our New State Auditor? – Open Item

    Okay, so we know that later today we will have a new State Auditor. We shared in on our Twitter stream yesterday that Governor Mike Pence’s office had issued a press release announcing the announcement would take place later today. In Tuesday’s Open Item we speculated that Gov. Pence, if he held true to form, […]

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    Democrat Government Executives Fall Victim to Zombie Apocalypse – Open Item

    The zombies we are talking about here would be those who can’t bear to live in the sunlight, like those from “I, Legend” starring Will Smith. I have no other explanation for the way Democrat appointees in President Obama’s administration do everything they can to avoid scrutiny of their actions. While there have been ongoing […]

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    Government Staff Changes and Cheese Sculptures – Open Item

    Our work following the emails requested by Associated Press reporter Tom LoBiondo and the response that was received when someone asked for public information about that request continues. Derek Trovilion wrote an excellent piece explaining why he filed an additional public records release and what is at stake in the education debate as the focus […]

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    Who’s holding the REINS? – Open Item

    Scott Tibbs is on fire this week, he’s contributed another excellent piece overnight, this one focusing on Congressman Todd Young’s (R-Bloomington) legislation to preserve legislative power with the legislative branch of government. Be sure to check out his post and share your thoughts on the subject as well! There were two major summer study committee […]

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    Birthday Greetings and Immigration Reform – Open Item

    It’s been a long week away from Indiana but am glad to be back with you all and sharing our daily Open Items. Let’s jump right back into it, why don’t we? Hoosier Access Writers’ Guild member Scott Tibbs shared his thoughts with President Obama on his birthday yesterday via a birthday card after an email […]

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    Apologies and Intelligence Gathering – Open Item

    Sorry for those of you who check in regularly to read our open item. Your intrepid managing editor was down for the count yesterday and didn’t have enough notice to call in a reliever, so we went without yesterday. Today we’ll kick off your Tweet of the Week voting just before lunch. On Wednesday there […]

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    GOP Leaders Split the Bill but Missed the Point

    We have covered the Farm Bill reformers’ efforts to split the bill and have been impressed with the relative speed something that “didn’t have a chance of being considered” managed to get passed by the House of Representatives. Congressman Marlin Stutzman (R-Howe) deserves a great deal of credit for the work he and his team […]

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    In Search of a Challenger – Open Item

    We shared with you late Friday over social media and later over the weekend on the blog that last year’s Democrat candidate for Indiana’s Second Congressional District, Brendan Mullen, wouldn’t be reprising the role in 2014. The Elkhart Truth‘s Tim Vandenack has been tracking down other potential candidates to get their read on the race. […]

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    Stutzman’s Split Passes the House – Open Item

    Yesterday the House passed a Farm Bill that did not include nutrition provisions. We have covered Congressman Marlin Stutzman‘s (R-Howe) intensified efforts to split the bill over the past weeks. After passage Rep. Stutzman’s office released this statement: Transparent government won an important victory today. Conservatives seized an opportunity to split the Farm Bill, a […]

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