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Indiana Legislative Insight is the only publication focused exclusively on what’s happening in Indiana state politics and government – and why and how it affects you, and what to expect.

This newsletter, published since 1989, brings you detailed insider information about the people and politics that interact to shape policy. Behind-the-scenes information and analysis offers an informed and independent examination of politics and policy that enables you to plan your legislative, political, and business strategies.

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Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions plans Liberty investment

March 24th, 2023|

Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions, a woman-owned, third-party logistics provider, plans to invest $7.3 million in the coming years to establish operations in Liberty, initially leasing and equipping an 23,000-square-foot space and ultimately adding to the property within the next [...]

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Gas station manager accused of stealing lottery tickets

March 17th, 2023|

Jalinna Michelle Edwards, 42, the manager of an Admiral gas station and convenience store in Muncie, is preliminarily charged with theft on allegations by Admiral’s district manager that she “had been stealing lottery tickets” from the store, reports Doug [...]

STAT: Hoosier hospitals ‘in trouble’

March 17th, 2023|

“A red flag for hospitals in a red state” is how STAT’s D.C. Diagnosis tags the Hoosier State fight, where “hospitals are in trouble in Indiana. The Republican-state legislature is considering an unprecedented step to lower hospital costs in [...]