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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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Recent News

State’s charity gaming director retires

June 6th, 2023|

Diane Freeman retires from her post as director of charity gaming for the Indiana Gaming Commission after several decades of state service. Freeman has been the only person ever in charge of implementing and monitoring charity gaming for the [...]

Property tax cap loss reports available

May 30th, 2023|

The property tax cap loss (better known as circuit breaker credit) reports are now posted for all taxing units. The reports may be found on the Department of Local Government Finance website under the County Specific Information webpage by [...]

Bell winner of tight Anderson mayoral primary

May 30th, 2023|

Results have been certified by the Madison County Election Board in the tight Anderson mayoral primaries. Jon Bell (R) is certified as the winner of the Republican primary over Rob Jozwiak (R) by just three votes, with Carol Bell [...]