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

What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT  (01/21/19):

●  Intrigue abounds in 2020 attorney general race
●  New developments in voter rolls purge controversy
●  Shutdown impacts: robocalls, SNAP, TANF, municipal finance, and more
●  Indiana’s Congressional delegation staying busy with news bills on livestock transportation, hospital mergers, entrepreneurship, abortion
●  Who’s who of mayoral candidates from across Indiana
●  Governor’s teacher pension announcement deciphered

What you can learn from INDIANA EDUCATION INSIGHT  (01/21/19):

●  Governor-backed bill would expand police presence in schools
●  Indiana Hospital Association to fund tourniquets for every public school
●  School construction referendum thresholds undergoing revision
●  Bill requires all schools to contract with a mental health care provider
●  State Board of Education losing authority over career-technical education
●  Free college program to expand to four-year schools

What you can learn from INDIANA GAMING INSIGHT  (01/14/19):

●  Can Steuben County trade on legislative clout to land Gary casino license?
●  2018 was most lucrative year for Hoosier casinos since 2013
●  Caesars branding unification in the cards
●  Indiana State Police uncover racing pigeons
●  Hoosier lawmakers propose lowest-in-nation sports wagering tax rate
●  Speaker picks the one gaming issue that will be easiest to pass

2019-01-18T15:54:19-05:00January 18th, 2019|