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A few years ago, I was having a conversation with then Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels. We were chatting about politics, and he made a very salient point that’s stuck with me. He said, “Abdul in politics, purity tests are only good for Nazis and suicide bombers.” Truer words were...
Got a question about what happened this week in Indiana politics? Join me Friday at 3 p.m. on WIBC's Facebook page for "Abdul Online", it's a joint project Indy Politics is doing with WIBC Radio. I'll have commentary and take your questions on the Facebook Live stream. See you...
Last year, I did an interview with a local community activist who has an Internet-based television show. We taped at a studio at 38th and High School Road. If you’ve ever been there, and odds are if you’re reading this you haven’t, the studio was located in a strip mall that was...
Although Indianapolis City-County Council President Stephen Clay has denied recent allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor and says he was cleared by law enforcement, a DCS report obtained by Indy Politics appears to contradict that claim and supprt his accuser. Click Here...
INDIANAPOLIS -- While U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-IN) says Democrats are mostly responsible for the current government shutdown , he remains hopeful that lawmakers can work out an agreement. The two sides failed to reach a deal before Friday night’s deadline. The measure failed...
How’s this for irony? On the same day a State Senate panel overwhelmingly voted to keep the prohibition against the sale of cold beer in grocery and liquor stores, a House panel unanimously voted to create a summer study committee to look at legalizing marijuana for medicinal...
An Indiana environmental lobby group says much of the legislation dealing with the environment this session is addressing issues left over from the last year. Click Here for More Photo: Indy Politics
Here's a quick early rundown on what's we're keeping an eye on this week in Indiana government and politics... Monday, January 15 MLK Day, Government closed Tuesday, January 16 Senate Corrections and Criminal Law hearing on CBD Oil (9:30 a.m.) House Government and Regulatory...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Although it’s the political equivalent of winning a pre-season fantasy football game, more than 350 Republican activists gathered in Indianapolis to give Congressman Luke Messer a victory in the party’s first straw poll Saturday in the Republican primary race for...