Local teachers today delivered a letter signed by dozens of Indiana educators asking State Superintendent Glenda Ritz to reconsider her position on the Common Core State Standard.
The Indiana Supreme Court this morning handed Republicans a victory by refusing to intervene in the legislative fines walkout case, saying it was not within their authority to decide the matter.
By Olivia Covington
INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Mike Pence will allow key state agencies to spend 2 percent more next year if they meet or exceed performance standards his administration released on Monday.
by Abdul-Hakim Shabazz
While I have always believed our health care reform system was a mess and needed fixing, I was never convinced the Affordable Care Act was the best way to do it. And a friendly exchange between me and IUPUI Professor Sheila Kennedy has reinforced that belief.
Paul Ryan, the former Republican nominee for Vice-President recently paid a visit to Indianapolis. It was not to raise money or test the waters for 2016, but instead to visit a program that works with young African-American men to build character.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence says he has no hard feelings with state lawmakers who overrode his veto last week of a bill that extended the income tax in Pulaski and Jackson Counties.
The Marion County Courts Monday will hear motions for summary judgment involving the City-County Council redistricting case. To ensure adequate space for observers the hearing will take place in the Public Assembly Room of the City-County Building.
The Cheat Sheet is back from vacation, well rested and tanned. And not only did we came back refreshed but we also brought back a lot of good gossip, rumor and blatant political innuendo! Especially regarding our favorite U.S. Attorney in the Southern Indiana District!
A report released by Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard’s Office this morning on the internal investigation into the Department of Metropolitan Development Land Bank revealed a debate over who should control the operations and the fact that there may up to 50 additional properties that may have been transferred in the scandal that resulted in the indictments of two former city employees.