Indiana Week in Review
Indiana Week in Review - Evan Bayh's Decision -...09/12/14
Evan Bayh won't run in 2016. Mike Pence talks foreign policy. Dan Coats supports the President, high tech state government, Paul George ignites a controversy plus another Pacer's tweet goes viral and more.
Indiana Week in Review - Gay Marriage Ruling - September 5, 2014
A gay marriage ruling. Where do things go from here? Right to Work goes to the Supreme Court. Jim Irsay punished, the Secretary of Labor in Indianapolis, Larry Bucshon delivers the GOP Address plus the 50th anniversary of the Beatles in Indiana.
Indiana Week in Review - Gay Marriage in Federal Court - August 29, 2014
Indiana gay marriage legislation goes to Federal Appeals Court. The mayor of Kokomo taken into custody, questioning the governor's ethics, Evan Bayh's 2016 deliberations and security at the governor's residence. Plus a new multi-state lottery game and...
Indiana Week in Review - New Gay Marriage Ruling - August 22, 2014
A new gay marriage ruling. How it affects the governor. The mayor embraces a commuter tax, the Mounds Reservoir debate, and Loretta Rush takes over as Chief Justice. That, plus protecting Indiana National Guardsmen and honesty in Indianapolis.
Indiana Week in Review - Mayor's Race Political Attack - August 15, 2014
A political attack in the mayor's race. Did Joe Hogsett violate federal law? Ed DeLaney questions Greg Ballard. Is the mayor's crime plan misguided? The state and adoption subsidies, the Natatorium, André Carson's job fair plus Gen Con and more.
Indiana Week in Review - A New Chief Justice - August 8, 2014
A new chief justice chosen. Is she a pioneer? Joe Hogsett reveals his political plans, Greg Ballard downplays the development and Todd Rokita stirs controversy plus a proposed rail line through Fort Wayne and racing sponsorships disappear.
Indiana Week in Review - Mike Pence on Immigration - August 1, 2014
Mike Pence inserts himself in the immigration debate. What's the motive? The governor's sales pitch for HIP 2.0 to Washington, Joe Donnelly on the VA audit in Indianapolis plus a pair of bad sheriffs, beer at the State Fair and a train scare.
Indiana Week in Review - Right to Work Struck Down - July 25, 2014
The Right to Work law struck down, Is it unconstitutional? Pre-K move forward but the Mayor isn't happy, a big jobs announcement, and Tony Dungy sparks a controversy. That, plus bees at the governor's residence, Brickyard 400 picks and more.
Indiana Week in Review - Joe Hogsett Resigns - July 18, 2014
Joe Hogsett resigns, will he run for mayor? A proposal calling for non-profits to help pay for police, the Indy Chamber calls for a commuter tax, a budget surplus that leads to budget cuts, the battle over cold beer, the youngest deputy and more.
Indiana Week in Review - Gay Marriage Limbo - July 11, 2014
Gay marriages in limbo, is it necessary? Tony Bennett fined, was it enough? The call for tougher gun penalties, a state lawmaker headed to Afghanistan, and questions about the state surplus. That, plus the governor's trip to England and more.
Indiana Week in Review - Same Sex Marriage Battle - July 4, 2014
Developments in the gay marriage battle, will the state recognize couples who already tied the knot? The Dept of Child Services, 2 Indiana members of Congress pressure the VA, crowdfunding and high tech jobs and soccer fever in Indy.
Indiana Week in Review - Same Sex Marriage in Indiana - June 27, 2014
Gay marriage in Indiana, will it last? The governor's tax summit, Jackie Walorski and the Veterans' Administration, and Mitch Daniels on the race to Mars. That, plus sports as economic development, and more.
Indiana Week in Review - In Favor of 2-Parent Families - June 20, 2014
The governor speaks out in favor of 2-parent families, Dan Coats criticizes the Obama Admin on Iraq, Marlin Stutzman loses a leadership bid, Technical Correction day, a leadership change in state government and a number 1 designation we don't want.
Indiana Week in Review - Constitutional Convention - June 13, 2014
Planning for a constitutional convention, will it happen? Richard Mourdock stirs controversy at the GOP convention. Kelly Mitchell wins a nomination, while gay marriage grabs more headlines. That plus, Brent Dickson and Miss Indiana USA.
Indiana Week in Review - Race to Succeed Richard Mourdock - June 6, 2014
The republican race for a chance to succeed Richard Mourdock goes down to the wire. The state Democratic convention, Pence's objection on carbon emissions, pre-K pilot program delays, a med clinic in government complex, and an unusual protest in...
Indiana Week in Review - Senator Joe Donnelly Visits Indianapolis - May...
Joe Donnelly addresses the crime problem in Indianapolis, what can be done? Donnelly's bill to address military suicide, public hearings on the Healthy Indiana Plan, free meals in Indianapolis schools and Jim Nabors at the Speedway for the last time.
Indiana Week in Review - Traditional Marriage Support - May 23, 2014
Support for traditional marriage. Why it's back in the state GOP platform. Plus, the opposition from delegates to the state covention. Indy loses the 2018 Super Bowl, Ball State names a new President, guns are ok at the GOP convention and Indy 500...
Indiana Week in Review - Pence's Healthcare Plan - May 16, 2014
Pence's healthcare plan; Lawmakers go back to the Statehouse; Pence's NY trade mission; Ritz under fire; new stadium in Kokomo and more.
Indiana Week in Review - Mayor of Fishers - May 9, 2014
The first Mayor of Fishers. The marriage vote led to the defeat of two state lawmakers, successful school referendums, Irsay's role in Super Bowl bid, the BMV loses a lawsuit and Michelle Obama honors the Children's Museum.
Indiana Week in Review - Bob Behning on the Attack - May 2, 2014
A committee chairman under fire, why is Bob Behning on the attack? Jerry Torr targeted in mail campaign. An Indiana Congressional candidate who lives in Florida, vote centers in Hancock County, the NRA convention and a Primary election roundtable.
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