Indiana’s newest State Sen. Randy Maxwell, a Republican from Guilford, was sworn in Thursday by Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb told the press Wednesday that the state was prepared for what appears to be an imminent federal government shutdown that would affect nearly 24,000 Hoosiers.
The report credits increased insurance coverage in Indiana to an enrollment uptick in public health insurance options, such as Medicaid, rather than any significant change in private insurance plans.
Brad Chambers’ campaign said the one-minute video was backed by a seven-figure ad buy across the state. It came just 21 days after he entered the race.
Thursday’s hearing dealt with whether Indiana’s election code prohibits or limits corporate contributions to political action committees that engage in independent campaign-related expenditures.
The number of Jobs for America’s Graduates, or JAG, programs in Indiana will double from 125 to 250 by the end of the next school year, according to Gov. Eric Holcomb.
As owner of Buckingham Cos., a real estate firm, gubernatorial candidate Brad Chambers made 51 contributions between 1997 and 2022, according to records from the Federal Election Commission, as well as nine additional donations detailed by the Indiana Secretary of State’s campaign finance portal.
Johnson County accounts for the bulk of the funding that the dissenting counties will forego. It qualified for up to $2.1 million.
Legislators in 2021 decided to allocate $250,000 each budget year to All Pro Dad. The General Assembly upped the amount to $350,000 earlier this year.
The number of Hoosiers who lost Medicaid coverage due to an “unwinding” of COVID-19 protections decreased significantly in June
Hill said his entrance into the race last week has forced primary candidates to identify a “true vision for moving Indiana forward,” dismissing the powerful war chests of his competitors.
The report criticizes lenders, many of which are headquartered out of state, for taking money out of local economies and luring Hoosiers into “a debt trap.”
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office, through its Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, joined more than a dozen states and the federal government Wednesday in a nationwide enforcement action against 78 individuals charged with Medicaid fraud.
Pregnant workers employed in Indiana now have access to guaranteed accommodations after the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, a federal law that went into effect Tuesday.
Other topics include a review of crime trends, traffic fatalities and an analysis of the state’s Medicaid reimbursement rates.
Private employees in all but one Indiana county make less than the national average wage, according to an analysis of employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Longtime public figure Marc Carmichael said he will campaign for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat in 2024—the first Democrat to announce for the seat currently held by Sen. Mike Braun, who is stepping down to run for governor.
There was no comprehensive effort to address Indiana’s child-care and early-learning shortages this legislative session, but a series of smaller changes will have big impacts on Hoosier families.