Hannah News’ Insight newsletters provide must-know information and detailed analysis of the legislative, education, gaming, and transportation industries. Leaders and stakeholders at every level have come to rely on this specialized content – produced by the most experienced news team covering Indiana politics and policy.

Indiana Legislative

The only publication focused exclusively on what’s happening in Indiana state politics and government – and why and how it affects you. Detailed insider information about the people and politics that interact to shape policy.

Indiana Education

The only one-stop source for information about what’s happening – and what to expect – at all levels of the educational system in the state – from policy debates to school construction and more.  Explore more of Indiana Education Insight.

Indiana Gaming

Exclusively devoted to in-depth coverage of Indiana’s multi-billion-dollar gaming industry. Detailed information on Indiana’s casinos, racinos, Native American gaming facilities and all facets of gaming regulation and policy.

Indiana Transportation

Roads & bridges, rails & trails, ports, public transit, and emerging technology … Indiana’s transportation sector is complex and compelling. Enter Indiana Transportation Insight – the latest sector-specific publication of Hannah News.

Recent News

  • Indiana Legislative Insight

Sean sung blue

July 19th, 2024|

Ex-Rep. Eberhart gets year+ prison; $85K+ in fines/restitution Former Rep. Sean Eberhart (R) of Shelbyville, once the top Republican on the House Committee on Public Policy, where he helped shape gaming laws, is sentenced to one year and one [...]

Chamber+ take paper to PENN

July 19th, 2024|

Business world: tax add-back ruling anticompetitive for Indiana We’ve been following for you the saga of PENN Entm’t, Inc. v. Indiana Dep’t of State Revenue, No. 22T-TA-00015, the Indiana Tax Court tax add-back case. After the parties were unable [...]

A super shortage?

July 8th, 2024|

Looking into why retired superintendents return to work In the last several months, we noticed a few recently retired school superintendents return to work full-time at different schools, begging the question – is this new and why are these [...]

Corridor conversations

July 8th, 2024|

Mid-States Corridor to Tier 2 study amid continued local discourse It’s hard to know what to make of the Mid-States Corridor, a much-discussed “improved highway connection” project that will begin at S.R. 66 near the William H. Natcher Bridge [...]