Ed Feigenbaum

Statehouse Dispatch columnist

Feigenbaum runs INGroup, a Noblesville-based firm that offers information resources related to Indiana state politics and government. An attorney and MBA, the Indiana University graduate has served as director of legal affairs for the Council of State Governments, and as director of marketing and in-house counsel for the Hudson Institute. He has directed numerous projects for the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Federal Election Commission, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and is a nationally recognized authority on state election, ethics, lobbying, and campaign finance law. His public service activities include membership on city redistricting,  planning and environmental commissions, and chairing or co-chairing several different Indiana State Bar Association and American Bar Association committees. Since 1989, he has published Indiana Legislative Insight, a widely read and respected weekly insider's newsletter that explains what's happening and why in Indiana politics and government. In 1993, he also began publishing Indiana Gaming Insight, a now bi-weekly newsletter covering Indiana's hottest new emerging industry. A third newsletter, Indiana Education Insight, debuted in 1997.


E-mail: EDF@ingrouponline.com


FEIGENBAUM: Lawmakers belatedly turn attention to gambling

After an interim study committee—stacked with lawmakers favorable to gambling interests—recommended a series of items to help Indiana’s casinos and racinos compete with expanded gambling options in Illinois, Michigan and Ohio, it took until Feb. 12 for the principal bill to be heard in a House committee.
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