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

What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT  (03/18/19):

●  Tensions surface in convention center expansion and hotel request
●  Big Buttigieg Buzz at SXSW
●  Convert: Club for Growth aligns with Trump, Senate GOP leadership
●  New bills on health insurance tax relief from Rep. Walorski and education savings accounts from Rep. Banks
●  BMV to allow non-binary X gender option
●  Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals overturns injunction against criminalization of aborted fetal tissue

What you can learn from INDIANA EDUCATION INSIGHT  (03/18/19):

●  Fast track to passage: 2021 appointment of state superintendent is first bill approved by Senate education committee in second half of session
●  Indiana would be only the second state to make FAFSA filing a high school graduation requirement
●  Where we rank among states for the number of students who attend a school with police presence but no counselor
●  Stand for Children survey shows support for selecting the next superintendent from within
●  Commissioner Lubbers to serve on advisory council for new non-profit aimed at improving the transitions between high school, college, and work
●  What the Governor said about local control of teacher pay

What you can learn from INDIANA GAMING INSIGHT  (03/11/19):

●  You can’t afford to miss our sweeping coverage of the generational gaming changes advanced by the Indiana Senate
●  Rumored Caesars CEO replacement has Indiana gaming ties
●  Hulman exec Mark Miles bullish on sports wagering, licensing of official IndyCar series data
●  Additional investors in Spectacle Entertainment revealed
●  From blackjack to buffet: changes in store at Rising Star
●  IN casino revenue dips to second-lowest January level over past 15 years

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