A look at issues facing Indiana from differing viewpoints makes for an entertaining, lively and informative half-hour.
Trump's 2nd Impeachment
Impeachment 2: This time it's bipartisan. Gov. Holcomb's proposed state budget. Plus, Lilly turns off the contribution tap for some and more on Indiana Week in Review for the week ending January 15th, 2021.
U.S Capitol Insurrection
Insurrectionists invade the U.S. Capitol as some Hoosier Republicans back the same cause. March Madness in Indiana. Plus, a potential veto override and more on Indiana Week in Review for the week ending Jan. 8th, 2021.
A Look Ahead Into 2021
We look ahead into 2021. COVID-19's impact on the legislative session. A potential fight over emergency powers. Plus, redistricting, the budget and more on Indiana Week in Review for the week ending January 1st, 2021.
Looking Back at 2020
We look back at 2020. COVID-19 and its impact on the state, from Hoosiers' health to the economy. Plus, the election, Governor Holcomb and more on Indiana Week in Review for the week ending December 25th, 2020.
Holcomb's 2021 Agenda
Gov. Holcomb unveils his 2021 agenda. Recommendations from the teacher compensation commission. Plus, Pete Buttigieg for Transportation Secretary and more on Indiana Week in Review for the week ending December 18th, 2020.
New COVID Restrictions
Gov. Holcomb postpones non-emergency surgeries. Curtis Hill and Todd Rokita ask the Supreme Court to hear a case to overturn the election. Mike Braun refuses to acknowledge Joe Biden is President-elect and more for the week ending December 11th, 2020.
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Stick It Out
If you can get past DeLaney’s unprofessional interrupting and jarring cross-talk, this podcast is a nice summary of state-level politics. This podcast would be fantastic (5 stars!!) if the Democrat voice wasn’t such a distraction.
You go, Ann!
The podcast was terrific today. 10-16-20
The group seems to be more open and concerned with the WHOLE population.
We are upset with Indiana Gov.’s wimpy leadership. Change is needed.
Ann Delaney is painful to listen to
This is a great podcast for local Indiana issues and how national issues affect Indiana. I think there is a good panel with the exception of Ann Delaney. It would be nice if you could find a Democrat who is more aligned with Indiana values but still represents the party well. She is painful to listen to and argumentative past the point of being productive in a civil debate.