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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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Anti-Common Core activist failed to register as lobbyist for Rokita’s office
Will pro-legislature elections theory in SCOTUS case come to Indiana? No sign of it yet.
After Senate concurrence Friday night, Holcomb signs abortion bill into law
House and Senate reach deal for inflation relief and social services
Proposed abortion ban with narrow exceptions up for a final House vote Friday
Senate, House at impasse on inflation relief and social services
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A recent article from Time Magazine highlighted yet another threat to American democracy–and this particular threat is especially worrisome, because it involves political contests that voters rarely…
This analysis by Julia Vaughn, executive director of Common Cause Indiana, was originally published by the Indiana Capital Chronicle  and is republished according to Indiana Capital…
At Tuesday's noon deadline, Indiana Democratic and Republican party officials had added 18 legislative candidates to the Nov. 8 ballot, reducing the number of uncontested…
The following analysis was written by Bill Moreau, president of the Indiana Citizen Education Foundation and publisher of its online platform, The Indiana Citizen. If…
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…
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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For as momentous as the presidential election of 2020 became, the top of the ballot…