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The 119th Indiana General Assembly adjourned its first regular session sine die on Wednesday, April 29. Lawmakers worked until the final minutes to shift authority over education policy matters and to pass a new two-year state budget. Despite its many […]

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Indiana House legislators unanimously approved a bipartisan ethics bill aimed at maximizing transparency in the General Assembly. The reform bill broadens what legislators must disclose on financial interest statements and expands reporting requirements regarding lawmakers’ relationships with lobbyists. The bill […]

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Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma and House Minority Leader Scott Pelath have co-sponsored an ethics bill aimed at improving transparency and reducing conflicts of interest. The proposal would tighten the rules on waivers for the one-year “cooling off” period for […]

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A federal judge in Indianapolis ruled the statute delineating how Marion Superior judges are elected is unconstitutional. The election of Marion Superior judges is unique, as Republican and Democratic parties may nominate up to half of the open positions. Furthermore, […]

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Enrolled Act 1222 changes regulations for registration and reporting

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Enrolled Act 1222 awaits Governor’s approval

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House Bill 1222 had no problem making it to Senate committee

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Legislative session to begin January 7, 2013

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March 26, 2012  •  

Today’s Campaign Finance Top Stories

Keep up with the latest news about campaign finance reform and super PACs with these items from around the country:

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March 12, 2012  •  

State Legislative Sessions Update

Four state legislatures report end to sessions

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Charlie White’s criminal sentencing is scheduled for Feb. 23

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Legislation would expand loophole in lobbying restrictions

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October 5, 2011  •  

IN.gov’s Success Story

Indiana’s digital communications reach 1 million people

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Here is your chance to “Ask the Experts” at State and Federal Communications, Inc.

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