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Here's a new mini-documentary, about six minutes long, on our continuing work at The Indiana Citizen, reported and produced by the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Our thanks to Medill's Local News Initiative and our partners at Franklin College's Pulliam School of Journalism.
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TODAY’S NEWS

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Democrats ask again for suspension of state’s gas tax as prices rise
Lee Hamilton commentary: Why good investigative journalism matters
May 24 one-day session may bring veto override for trans athlete bill
From Inside Higher Ed: 8 Ways Higher Ed Can Help Save Democracy
John Krull commentary: ‘The license we give to our elected officials is one designed to allow them to serve. Not to bully.’
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This report by Aleksandra Appleton of Chalkbeat Indiana was originally published by Chalkbeat and is republished according to Chalkbeat republishing guidelines. Sign up for their…
The dedicated voters who turned out to vote in Tuesday’s primary -- the first since the 2021 redistricting led by the Indiana General Assembly's Republican…
The 2021 Indiana Civic Health Index unveiled Tuesday showed that although the state has taken its first steps toward improving civic education in its schools, Hoosiers still…

REDISTRICTING IN 2022: In a lopsided and bipartisan vote, City-County Council approves its new maps

The following report from Indianapolis Recorder writer Tyler Fenwick was first published in the Recorder, and is shared through The Indiana Citizen redistricting reporting project.…

A NEW VOICE FOR REFORM: In northern Indiana city of Goshen, mayor’s call leads to independent redistricting commission

Goshen has joined the very short list of Indiana cities that are turning to citizen commissions to take at least some of the politics out…

Sheila Kennedy commentary: Diagnosing democracy’s illness

A few days ago, I was in a small meeting devoted to civic education. Attendees included some very smart, very savvy individuals, all of whom…

ADVANTAGE INCUMBENTS: With election commission rulings, nearly half of legislators seeking reelection are unopposed in either party

UPDATE: The list of candidates in Indiana's May 3 party primaries grew shorter -- and the list of unchallenged incumbents grew longer -- as the…

RESPONSE ON INDEPENDENT REDISTRICTING: State hasn’t changed the law, and ‘our council has followed state statute’

With their public hearings on the upcoming redrawing of district lines under way, Democratic leaders of the Indianapolis City-County Council are hearing renewed calls for…

‘DO THE RIGHT THING:’ Reformers urge City-County Council to adopt independent redistricting

Common Cause Indiana and its allies are calling on the Democratic-controlled Indianapolis City-County Council to “do the right thing” and turn the redrawing of council…
Here's a new mini-documentary, about six minutes long, on our continuing work at The Indiana Citizen, reported and produced by the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Our thanks to Medill's Local News Initiative and our partners at Franklin College's Pulliam School of Journalism.

THE TOOLS OF CITIZENSHIP

DIRECTORY OF OFFICEHOLDERS

The Indiana Citizen’s guide to your elected officials
For as momentous as the presidential election of 2020 became, the top of the ballot…