With about 43 days to go until the November elections, Indy Politics sits down with WIBC-FM political reporter Eric Berman to assess the electoral landscape.
by Suzanne Crouch
Government transparency has been the focus of many news stories as of late. In this modern age of sophisticated technology, social media platforms and watchdog reporters, it is now easier than ever to keep up with the inner workings of government.
by Scott Pelath
After nearly four years of one-party rule in Indiana, it seems only fair to examine how the Statehouse club management is doing.
Indiana State Representative Eric Turner (R-Cicero), who has been the center of an ethics scandal, says he will step down after the November election.
Be sure to catch us on the air this weekend as we discuss the big issues facing Hoosiers across Indiana.
Is another big battle over labor headed to Indiana that would make the one over Right to Work pale in comparison?
By Hannah Troyer
INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Mike Pence’s administration and the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence are at odds over funding for prevention and shelters.
Members of Indiana’s Congressional delegation split their votes on an amendment that would have given the President additional authority to battle the terrorist group known as ISIL.
Indy Politics has learned the plan City-County Council Democrats are looking at to pay for early childhood education will likely involve a shift of some funds from the recently passed increase in the public safety tax.