What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT  (04/01/19):

●  Historical context for understanding the ominous omnibus gaming bill
●  House GOP Second Reading amendment on bias crimes elicited a wide range of strong reaction
●  New bills filed on government construction projects by Sen. Young and fixing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act by Rep. Walorski
●  Dismemberment abortion measure proceeds, as state sued over denial of South Bend abortion clinic application
●  AG Hill joins bipartisan inquiry into federal Wire Act re-interpretation
●  Technology now accounts for 5.8% of the IN workforce

What you can learn from INDIANA EDUCATION INSIGHT  (04/01/19):

●  House defeats school annexation bill, after fascinating floor debate exposes legislative tensions on school choice, “dying” school districts, and rural consolidation
●  ISTA opposes Republican measure designed to bring more teachers into the classroom
●  High school basketball swayed school district boundary lines
●  School districts with enrollment under 1,000 students have overwhelmingly prevailed at referendums over the past 10 years
●  Pigs fly? Eugene White expresses support for charter school
●  Ivy Tech’s new online learning strategy

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?