What you can learn from the HANNAH NEWS INDIANA newsletters this week

What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT  (11/12/18):

●  Blue wave didn’t reach Indiana’s shore: Where do Democrats go from here, and who will lead them?
●  U.S. Sen.-elect Braun says he’ll model himself after this former U.S. Senator
●  Guv says the enactment of this law is long overdue
●  More than half-a-dozen new Senate committee chairs, and a new House majority caucus chair, appointed
●  Congressional races weren’t competitive, but there are still plenty of lessons to be learned
●  The turnovers you did and didn’t see in the Indiana House and Senate

What you can learn from INDIANA EDUCATION INSIGHT  (11/05/18):

●  Your pre-election peek at the education dollars lavished on legislative candidates
●  Indiana Supreme Court holds oral argument on civil forfeitures: how the Common School Fund can lose even while winning
●  The chairs of Indiana’s House and Senate education committees have been stable for almost a decade: why that may soon change
●  Exclusive: the administration’s recommendations for higher education funding in the next biennial budget
●  Detailing the growth of CollegeChoice 529 accounts, and the proposed policies that would encourage even more savings
●  State Board of Education receives recommendations for new school turnaround teams: a few familiar faces

What you can learn from INDIANA GAMING INSIGHT  (11/12/18):

●  U.S. Department of Labor hammers Horseshoe
●  State lawmakers endorse grand new plan for Gary casinos
●  Cities already kicking and screaming over potential casino license availability
●  NCAA undertakes new sports wagering study
●  What the new slot facility in Louisville may mean for Hoosier casino revenues
●  Deal or no deal? Lots of speculation on what’s next for Caesars Entertainment

2018-11-12T13:12:33+00:00November 12th, 2018|