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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.

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Recent News

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Reform mission accomplished

May 13th, 2024|

Legislative effort to dial back rules seems to have intended effect Anecdotally . . . the pushback on state regulations promulgated by agencies, boards, commissions, and officials engineered by Senate Majority Floor Leader Chris Garten (R) and Rep. Steve [...]

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Moderate IN workers’ comp claim growth

May 6th, 2024|

Worker’s compensation costs per claim largely stable since 2017 Indemnity benefits per workers’ compensation claim grew at a rapid pace of six percent or more in 2022 in 16 out of 17 study states, with eight states growing at [...]

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Snyder corruption case’s impact

April 29th, 2024|

SCOTUS hears ex-mayor’s appeal: Lot at stake nationally, here The Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument Monday in Snyder v. United States, No. 23-108. We told you long before the Supremes agreed to hear the case [...]

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Rokita, Bauer bond on PFAS

April 22nd, 2024|

OAG files suit against big manufacturers over environmental mess Attorney General Todd Rokita (R) files a lawsuit Wednesday against 22 companies that, OAG alleges, contrary to law continued manufacturing a category of water-resistant substances known as PFAS (per- and [...]