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A tale of two schools

Your guide to what’s next ahead of IUPUI split July 1 Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis just wrapped up its final semester before each school goes its separate ways this summer. The road ahead for both seems to [...]

June 7th, 2024|Indiana Education Insight|

Referenda rundown

Three referenda on May ballots see success . . . but one fails Four school districts in the state included referenda on ballots during the May 7 primary election. Three out of four requests passed – including one in [...]

May 28th, 2024|Indiana Education Insight|

All politics is national

Braun picks LG; Victoria, Marlin back, Messmer, Shreve win Tuesday’s primary results produced more tedium than surprise. Most of the major races everyone was watching were wrapped up by the 10:00 news programs (a reference point that may be [...]

May 20th, 2024|Indiana Legislative Insight|

Casino smoke clearing?

Terre Haute casino might be gamechanger for smokefree casinos Other casinos are taking notice that the effective smoking ban at the Terre Haute Casino Resort (no smoking is permitted on the main casino floor. An outdoor covered patio offering [...]

May 13th, 2024|Indiana Gaming Insight|

Reform mission accomplished

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 [...]

May 13th, 2024|Indiana Legislative Insight|

Is the future electric?

EVs becoming more relevant; funding mix remains . . . complicated Indiana is moving towards a future where electrified transportation is relevant – many sectors are working to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. We’ve observed this in many ways. [...]

May 13th, 2024|Indiana Transportation Insight|
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