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In his end of year interview, Governor Eric Holcomb talks about the recent controversy at the Department of Child Services, state revenue projections, workforce development, the opioid crisis and lawmakers efforts to clarify the statute on the use of CBD Oil. Click Here for More
The Chairman of the Indiana House Public Policy committee is introducing legislation that will allow for Sunday retail alcohol sales. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy Politics
Indianapolis Democrat City-County Councilor Stephen Clay is challenging Maggie Lewis for the position of Council President. Click Here for More
Republican State Senator Mike Crider of Greenfield is dropping out of the race for Congress in the 6th Congressional District. In a Facebook post today, Crider cited money as his main reason for exiting. A copy is posted below. Friends, After extensive discussions with my...
A Noblesville City Council member is throwing his hat into the ring to replace State Representative Kathy Richardson who decided not to run for re-election. Click Here for More Photo: Indy Politics
Allow me to be brutally honest here; I am elated Roy Moore lost the U.S. Senate race in Alabama. While there are plenty of reasons that, just like a school playground, Roy Moore should have never been allowed near an elected office, my primary one is that I have this thing about...
Julia Vaughn of Common Cause offers her thoughts about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear two cases involving redistricting which could have a major impact here in Indiana. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy Politics
Indy's most likely murder victim in 2017 is a black male, age 31. He will likely die by a gunshot wound on the city's northeast side. Click Here for More Photo: Indy Politics
An Indiana Super PAC that is supporting Alabama Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore is either facing big legal trouble or has been having trouble raising money. Click Here for More Photo: Indiana First PAC