INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT
Policy impact on you – explained
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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Whether it is dissections of legislative leadership contests and deal-making; gubernatorial and state agency staffing and decision-making; or news from the courts, business, and economic worlds that would otherwise go unreported or without context, this newsletter offers unbiased reporting and perspective that you won’t find elsewhere.
What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT (02/11/19): ● MISO waives red flag as energy production capacity wanes ● Another Hoosier picked for intel leadership ● Bayh still sitting on campaign fortune ● Treasurer Mitchell doing less banking with [...]
What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT (02/04/19): ● UI insolvency makes IOU inevitable? ● Rep. Pence maintains high-velocity fundraising pace ● Coats warns of Russian cyber attack on electrical grid ● Hep A cases more than double in [...]
What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT (01/28/19): ● Sen. Young to play offense and defense ● Prisons on pace to reach capacity next year ● Criminal justice reform reversal? ● LG hopes to counteract defense decline ● Online [...]
What you can learn from INDIANA LEGISLATIVE INSIGHT (01/21/19): ● Intrigue abounds in 2020 attorney general race ● New developments in voter rolls purge controversy ● Shutdown impacts: robocalls, SNAP, TANF, municipal finance, and more ● Indiana's Congressional delegation staying [...]