Indiana Week in Review

IWIR

December 12th, 2014 at 1:36 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

John Hammond is in the Republican seat today as the Indiana Week in Review panel discusses these topics:

  • The governor’s plan to visit Israel
  • Charlie White takes his case to the Appeals Court
  • Dr. Kent Brantly shares the TIME Man of the Year honor
  • HIP 2.0 approval still pending
  • David McIntosh takes over the helm at the Club for Growth
  • Indy is cited as a top 10 destination for 2015

IWIR

December 5th, 2014 at 4:35 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

Eric Holcomb is the Republican and Niki Kelly is in for Jon Schwantes as the Indiana Week in Review panel tackles these topics:

  • The governor’s education power play
  • New details in the investigation of Tony Bennett
  • Ed DeLaney out and Charles Harrison in the race for mayor
  • Indiana joins an immigration lawsuit
  • Statehouse holiday decorations get an upgrade
  • The new book about Mitch in 2012

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November 21st, 2014 at 2:24 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

State politics is the focus on Indiana Week in Review today as all of the regulars take part.  The topics are:

  • Organization Day in the General Assembly
  • Brian Bosma’s renewed call for ethics reform
  • David Long’s take on a possible shift to the right in the state Senate
  • Kelly Mitchell takes office early as State Treasurer
  • Indiana Chamber calls for an appointed state school superintendent
  • Straight No Chaser puts out a new holiday song

IWIR

November 14th, 2014 at 1:33 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

All of the regulars are on hand for this week’s Indiana Week in Review.  The topics are:

  • Joe Hogsett’s formal announcement of a campaign for Mayor of Indianapolis
  • The document that called for castrating the Mayor of Carmel
  • The approval rating for Mike Pence
  • WISH-TV/Ball State Hoosier survey results on Pre-K funding and textbook fees
  • Crime concerns revealed by the Hoosier Survey
  • Sun King’s food menu

IWIR

October 31st, 2014 at 2:18 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

Eric Holcomb is the Republican today for the pre-election episode of  Indiana Week in Review.  The panel will make extensive predictions and discuss the following issues:

  • Candidate arrested for stalking his opponent becomes the target of a confusing campaign mailer
  • Treasurer candidate Mike Boland promises to donate his salary to charity
  • A federal grant for a humor class at Butler U. is challenged by Sen. Tom Coburn
  • The Year of the Farmer

IWIR

October 17th, 2014 at 12:58 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

All of the regulars will be on hand today as the Indiana Week in Review panel considers these subjects:

  • House Speaker Bosma calls for more education funding, Democrats call him a hypocrite
  • Bosma promises bi-partisan ethics reform
  • A to F school grades delayed
  • Big name campaign help for Mike Delph’s opponent
  • Bosma opens the door to Sunday liquor sales
  • Jim Irsay returns from suspension

IWIR

October 10th, 2014 at 11:53 am by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

All of the regulars will be on hand today as the Indiana Week in Review panel tackles these topics:

  • The captivity of Abdul-Rahman Kassig
  • Gay marriage is legal in Indiana
  • Selection process for Marion County judges found unconstitutional
  • Mike Pence’s trade mission to Canada
  • First statewide political ads on TV
  • The peace dove

IWIR

October 3rd, 2014 at 11:49 am by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

Tim Berry is the Republican today as the Indiana Week in Review panel tackles these topics:

  • President Obama in Gibson County
  • President Obama flying in and out of Gary
  • New first offender program for Indiana prison inmates
  • No word from the Supreme Court on Indiana’s gay marriage case
  • The potential for lifting the TV blackout of the Indy 500
  • Performance artist promotes freedom of speech at the Vonnegut Library

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September 26th, 2014 at 2:45 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

Dan Parker is the Democrat and Brandon Smith is in for Jon Schwantes today.  The Indiana Week in Review panel will tackle the following issues:

  • Democrat Bob Ashley’s call for Rep. Eric Turner to drop his name from the ballot
  • The Pence Administration decision to release more domestic violence funding
  • The Pre-K pilot launch
  • Advocates express support for HIP 2.0
  • Congressman Larry Bucshon targeted on the Daily Show
  • Carmel woman starts cuddling business

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September 19th, 2014 at 1:24 pm by under Jim Shella's Political Blog

SPECIAL TIME ALERT!  Indiana Week in Review will be on at 7:30 pm on WFYI TV20 instead of 8:30 tonight only.

All of the regulars will be on the panel to discuss these topics:

  • Domestic violence funding squabble
  • Possible Toll Road bankruptcy
  • BMV refunds
  • Gay marriage opponents faces openly gay opponent
  • Mass transit grant
  • Dr. Kent Brantly testifies in Congress