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Frankly Speaking podcast: Religious freedom, bills to the governor and more

The IndyStar’s Jacob Rund joins host Lesley Weidenbener to talk about the religious freedom debate, several bills headed to the governor’s office and the return of Rep. Justin Moed. You may also like Frankly Speaking podcast: Justin Moed, a new GOP c… Frankly Speaking podcast: Kenley on the budget, ri… Webcast: The budget, gambling controversies […]

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Frankly Speaking podcast: Justin Moed, a new GOP chair and more

Niki Kelly of The Journal Gazette and Tom LoBianco and Jacob Rund of The Indy Star join host Lesley Weidenbener to talk about the Rep. Justin Moed scandal involving Sydney Leathers (of Anthony Weiner fame) as well as the new chair of the GOP party. We plead for Gov. Mike Pence to tell why to […]

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Frankly Speaking podcast: Kenley on the budget, right-to-try and more

Hosts Jacob Rund and Lesley Weidenbener review the week’s news from the Indiana Statehouse. Find out what Senate Appropriations Chair Luke Kenley said about the budget, what Attorney General Greg Zoeller said about fenced hunting and what a 5-year-old boy with muscular dystrophy said about a bill to help him get treatment. And as always… […]

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Frankly Speaking podcast: Pence won’t talk gambling, the HPV vaccine & the Pence Watch

Hosts Jacob Rund and Lesley Weidenbener talk about Gov. Mike Pence’s refusal to say publicly where he stands on gambling legislation. They also discuss the failure of a bill meant to boost HPV vaccination rates. And there’s debate about the budget and, of course, the Pence Watch. You may also like Requests for repeal of […]

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Frankly Speaking podcast: Mike Pence goes to Washington, the House budget is out & more

Hosts Jacob Rund and Lesley Weidenbener discuss the week’s news, including what’s in the House GOP budget, how the Ways & Means Committee changed the gambling bill and where Gov. Mike Pence is headed soon. You may also like Requests for repeal of RFRA flow in to lawmakers Commentary: Mike Pence, in free fall Analysis: […]

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Frankly Speaking podcast: The ISTEP, the budget and the Pence Watch

Hosts Jacob Rund and Lesley Weidenbener debate the week’s news at the Indiana Statehouse, focusing on the ISTEP debacle and the state budget. You may also like Supporters encourage lawmakers to make a seal avai… Requests for repeal of RFRA flow in to lawmakers Commentary: Mike Pence, in free fall Analysis: Coats’ decision makes 2016 […]

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Frankly Speaking podcast: Obama comes to town, budget talks & more

Hosts Jacob Rund and Lesley Weidenbener talk about the week’s news in Indiana’s capitol, including President Obama’s trip to tout his community college plan and budget discussions that include legislative leaders saying no to the governor’s prison expansion plans. You may also like Supporters encourage lawmakers to make a seal avai… Requests for repeal of […]

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Frankly Speaking podcast: Just IN is Just OUT, the feds appoint HIP 2.0 and more

Niki Kelly of The Journal Gazette in Fort Wayne joins hosts Jacob Rund and Lesley Weidenbener in a discussion about Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s very rough week. You may also like Analysis: Coats’ decision makes 2016 electio… Frankly Speaking podcast: Religious freedom, bills… Analysis: Questions about corrections funding will… Analysis: Students need more info about […]

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Bill would create bilingual certification for high school students

By Levi Lotz TheStatethouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Hoosier students could soon be rewarded based on their ability to speak multiple languages. The Senate Education and Career Development Committee heard discussion Wednesday concerning Senate Bill 267, which would allow high school students to be recognized by the state for a proficiency in two or more languages. The […]

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Committee delays vote on controversial fenced hunting bill

By Katie Stancombe TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — A House committee could vote on a bill next week that would allow fenced deer hunting preserves to be officially legalized and regulated in Indiana. After a 10-year battle between the preserves and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, House Bill 1453 would eliminate the limbo in which the preserves currently […]

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