INDIANA INSIGHT

Hannah News’ Insight newsletters provide must-know information and detailed analysis of the legislative, education, and gaming 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
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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.

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Indiana Education
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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.

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Indiana Gaming
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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.

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Recent News

Sumner signals Whitestown Town Council run

January 27th, 2023|

Tanya Sumner (R), the former WRTV-TV Indianapolis and WFIE-TV Evansville reporter (as Tanya Jourdain) who performed a brief stint as press secretary and strategic coordinator for U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz (R), files for Whitestown Town Council. She spent almost [...]

IDOE launches Indiana GPS updates

January 27th, 2023|

The Indiana Department of Education deploys the first round of enhancements to its new Indiana Graduates Prepared to Succeed Dashboard (Indiana GPS). The most recent enhancements allow users “to drill down into longitudinal and disaggregated data, showing data over [...]

Griffith Town Council delays hearing for GPS contractor

January 27th, 2023|

The Griffith Town Council delayed a hearing with Performance Services, a Griffith Public Schools contractor, on allegations that the company failed to obtain town-required permits for work at the public schools and used unlicensed subcontractors on some jobs, the [...]