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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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Sean sung blue

July 19th, 2024|

Ex-Rep. Eberhart gets year+ prison; $85K+ in fines/restitution Former Rep. Sean Eberhart (R) of Shelbyville, once the top Republican on the House Committee on Public Policy, where he helped shape gaming laws, is sentenced to one year and one [...]

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GOP holy war

July 5th, 2024|

Unprecedented convo rebuke to top pick marries Braun, Beckwith The fall race has now been defined – but only between Republicans and Democrats. Much of the next few months will be spent figuring out who wins the internecine Republican [...]

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Women lead appellate field

June 21st, 2024|

Seven of eight applicants are female; three are Black women We’re now able to tell you about the eight applicants for the Indiana Court of Appeals District 4 vacancy that will be created by the retirement of Judge Patricia [...]

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New records request process

June 14th, 2024|

Greater efficiency touted; change offers twist on transparency A few months ago, we told you about how the Holcomb Administration was moving to standardize Access to Public Records Act requests for information, developing a unique form that would need [...]