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Ed Feigenbaum

Ed Feigenbaum

An attorney and M.B.A., the triple-Indiana University graduate served as Director of Legal Affairs for the Council of State Governments, and as Director of Marketing and in-house counsel for the Hudson Institute before founding INGroup in 1989, a firm providing key information resources related to Indiana state politics and government.

Ed has directed numerous projects for the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Federal Election Commission, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and is a nationally recognized authority on state election, ethics, lobbying, and campaign finance law. His research was approvingly cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in a landmark 2000 decision.

The newsletters he now publishes for Hannah News have each won first-place awards from the Society of Professional Journalists – Indiana. In 1995, the Indianapolis Business Journal recognized him as a member of its “40 Under 40” class. In 2009, he was recognized by the Ball State University Department of Journalism with a Special Citation.

Adam VanOsdol

Adam VanOsdol

Adam VanOsdol is the senior editor of Hannah News Indiana and co-author of Indiana Legislative Insight, Indiana Education Insight, and Indiana Gaming Insight. Before that, he was senior editor for INGroup.

Recent News

Sumner signals Whitestown Town Council run

January 27th, 2023|

Tanya Sumner (R), the former WRTV-TV Indianapolis and WFIE-TV Evansville reporter (as Tanya Jourdain) who performed a brief stint as press secretary and strategic coordinator for U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz (R), files for Whitestown Town Council. She spent almost [...]

IDOE launches Indiana GPS updates

January 27th, 2023|

The Indiana Department of Education deploys the first round of enhancements to its new Indiana Graduates Prepared to Succeed Dashboard (Indiana GPS). The most recent enhancements allow users “to drill down into longitudinal and disaggregated data, showing data over [...]

Griffith Town Council delays hearing for GPS contractor

January 27th, 2023|

The Griffith Town Council delayed a hearing with Performance Services, a Griffith Public Schools contractor, on allegations that the company failed to obtain town-required permits for work at the public schools and used unlicensed subcontractors on some jobs, the [...]