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

What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT  (03/25/19):

●  Compelling data illustrates the fundamental transformation of local government finance
●  Don’t miss our thorough analysis of the Disciplinary Commission complaint against AG Hill
●  We revisit the 2010 state treasurer campaign for clues about how Buttigieg might approach the Democratic presidential primary
●  Lots of legislative reaction to BMV non-binary gender option
●  Sen. Braun raises eyebrows with comments on transportation funding
●  OAG answers question on whether local tourism promotion boards can direct payments to for-profit corporations

What you can learn from INDIANA GAMING INSIGHT  (03/25/19):

●  Employment in Indiana gaming industry not as rosy after all
●  Mobile component of sports betting makes House PubPolicy Chair queasy
●  Comprehensive round-up of all five hours of House committee testimony on SB 552, the omnibus gaming bill
●  More buzz on potential Caesars merger partner
●  Indiana Gaming Commission approves Spectacle-Majestic combination after extracting seven-figure transfer fee
●  Pacman Jones to plead guilty to cheating at Rising Star?

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

2019-04-01T10:20:12-05:00April 1st, 2019|