The collapse of Kiel Bros. Oil Co. in 2004 was widely publicized. Less known is that the state of Indiana—and Kentucky and Illinois—are still on the hook for millions of dollars to clean up more than 85 contaminated sites.
Host Mason King interviews Andrea Neal about her soon-to-publish book, "Pence: The Path to Power," which examines how Indiana native Mike Pence rose from a skilled debater in high school to the vice president of the United States.
A provision tucked into Indiana's next two-year budget sets aside funds to pay for an elaborate plaza built outside the Statehouse and upgrades to the state library to mark last year's state bicentennial.
Over six years, the state has spent more than a half billion dollars on vouchers. During that time, Indiana’s program has expanded, giving more students access to vouchers than in any other state—despite mixed evidence from researchers that vouchers help students achieve.