Posts tagged podcast

The Hoosier Health Care Tour

Indiana Congressman Larry Bucshon, M.D. and  State Representative Tim Brown, M.D. are hitting the road together as part of the  “Hoosier Healthcare Tour,” a statewide tour to discuss the status of health and healthcare in Indiana.

City, Pacers Say New Deal is Good for Indy

City officials and the Indiana Pacers say a new deal with the team will help generate millions for local coffers in tax revenue.

Pence Heads to Germany


Indiana Governor Mike Pence today headed out fora near week-long trade mission to Germany.

A Conversation on Crime


With the arraignment this week of 16-year old Simeon Adams for the April 1 murder of Nathan Trapuzzano Indy Politics spent the week looking at the crime issue and what public safety officials can and where they are falling short in addressing the problem.

Ballard Laments Indy Rising Murder Rate

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard says the recent spike in murders shows the city and community will have to continue do more to attack the root causes of crime.

Indiana Congressman Doubts Obamacare Enrollment Numbers

Although the President is touting more than 7 million Americans enrolling on the Affordable Care Act, Indiana’s 9th District Congressman Todd Young says that number is somewhat misleading.

Dan Parker for Mayor?


Former Indiana Democratic Party State Chairman Dan Parker tells Indy Politics he will decide by Easter whether he will run for Indianapolis Mayor in 2015.

Pence Says Withdrawing from Common Core Won’t Hurt Hoosier Students

Although the nation’s major standardized exams are incorporating Common Core standards into their curriculum, Governor Mike Pence says Hoosier students won’t be harmed because the state is withdrawing from the guidelines.

For Your Listening Pleasure


We’ve got quite a bit of audio to share with you in this post, on a number of different topics. 

Coats on the Crimea, CIA and Senate Cooperation

U.S. Senator Dan Coats says recently announced sanctions against the Russians for their actions in the Ukraine and Crimea will only work if the United States and Europeans can manage to hold together.