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40 Days and Change

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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.

Ballard Chief of Staff Departing

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Ryan Vaughn, Chief of Staff for Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard has announced he is leaving to take over at the Indiana Sports Corporation.

Indiana Supremes Hear Right to Work Suit

The fight over Indiana’s Right to Work (RTW) law was taken up today in front of the Indiana Supreme Court.

Ballard Launches Radio Campaign for Public Safety Plan

Indy Mayor Greg Ballard is launching a radio campaign promoting his public safety plan.

Labor Day

Congressman Andrė Carson, U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez, and U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly discuss employment and workforce development issues during a visit to Pike High School in Indianapolis.

Hogsett Rallies Democrats

Likely Indianapolis Mayoral candidate Joe Hogsett tells his fellow Democrats they can do better when it comes to fighting crime and poverty as well as pushing quality education and jobs.

Day Dismisses GOP “War on Women” Attack

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Although the co-chair of the Republican National Committee disputes the claim her party is engaged in a “war on women” she admits the GOP needs to do better at communicating their message to women voters.

Indiana Gets One-Year Extension on NCLB Waiver

As first reported yesterday in "The Cheat Sheet", the state of Indiana has received a one-year extension for its No Child Left Waiver, however the federal government has warned there is still a lot of work to be done.

7th Circuit Hears Indiana Same-Sex Marriage Case

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The State of Indiana today argued before a federal appeals court that a lower court ruling was incorrectly decided and the Legislature is within its authority to define marriage-licensing requirements in the traditional way of one man, one woman.

Capitol Conversations

Indy Politics sits downs and talks with Governor Mike Pence and House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath to get their respective assessments on how Indiana is faring.