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FROM THE ARNOLT CENTER AT IU: Legalization continues elsewhere, but marijuana lobby isn’t banking on Indiana.

Marijuana Legalization map by Olivia Oliver on 9 Jan 2023 By Olivia Oliver and Lily Wray Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism Jan. 17, 2023 INDIANAPOLIS – Advocates for marijuana legalization are making their voices heard at the Statehouse but remain wary to put cash toward a lobbying push in the Indiana General Assembly. A summer study committee […]

Holcomb focuses on education and the economy in his wish list for the 2023 session

Gov. Eric Holcomb (above, center) unveiled his Next Level Agenda for 2023 on Tuesday at Liberty Park Elementary School in Indianapolis, which served as what he called a “perfect backdrop” to discuss issues like literacy, education and more. With the upcoming 2023 legislative session being a budget year, Holcomb announced his spending goals for four […]

Poll shows Indiana Republicans want Daniels for Senate, Braun for governor and Trump in 2024

Recent polling by Bellwether Research reveals Indiana Republicans’ preferences when it comes to their party’s nominee for U.S. senator, governor and president—as well as the most important issues to Hoosiers. The poll was conducted with 1,000 registered voters in Indiana, but the GOP primary questions were asked of only “self-reported likely GOP primary voters”—of which there were […]

A CHANCE TO MAKE HISTORY: He’s in it to win it – but with just 10% of the vote, Jeffrey Maurer could give Libertarians something they’ve never had in Indiana.

The following profile, the last of three of the candidates for Indiana secretary of state, was written by Indiana journalists Steve Hinnefeld and Barb Berggoetz for The Indiana Citizen. October 20, 2022 Jeffrey Maurer (above) sees a chance to make his mark in his first run for elected office. As a Libertarian running for secretary […]

‘We’ll speak for him:’ Secretary of State candidates Wells, Maurer skewer Republican Morales as he skips another debate

In what has become a familiar sight, two of the candidates for Indiana secretary of state debated Tuesday before an Indianapolis audience — this time, the Rotary Club of Indianapolis — with the sharpest dialogue focused on a third candidate who did not attend. Democrat Destiny Scott Wells (above, left) and Libertarian Jeff Maurer (above, […]

HE’S CLEAR ON THIS MUCH: Though beset by questions and prone to changing his mind, Diego Morales remains firm in resisting changes aimed at increasing voter turnout.

The following profile, the second of three of the candidates for Indiana secretary of state, was written by Indiana journalists Barb Berggoetz and Steve Hinnefeld for The Indiana Citizen. October 17, 2022 Diego Morales (above) calls himself a living example of the American dream, a conservative Christian guided by his faith and a proud, successful […]


More than in most midterm election years, you’ve probably been hearing about the candidates for secretary of state in Indiana. You’re probably hearing more than a few questions – directed primarily at the Republican nominee, Diego Morales, over his portrayal of his military service, allegations of inappropriate conduct toward women in his past and his […]

‘We all use that word, actually:’ GOP Secretary of State nominee Morales responds to criticism of using ‘veteran’ to describe himself

Diego Morales (above), Republican candidate for Indiana secretary of state, on Friday defended his claim to being a veteran after an Indianapolis newspaper columnist and Indiana Democrats questioned his military service. Morales said in an interview with The Statehouse File that he considers himself a veteran. “I tell you this: We all use that word, […]

Endorsed by Walorski’s husband, businessman Yakym to replace late congresswoman on Nov. 8 ballots

Businessman Rudy Yakym, a onetime campaign official in Rep. Jackie Walorski’s runs for Congress, will replace the late congresswoman on the Nov. 8 election ballots to serve the remainder of her term and to be elected to a full term in his own right. Yakym was chosen on the first ballot in a vote by […]

Rokita’s TikTok legal battle part of array of contingency fee contracts

By: Leslie Bonilla Muniz Indiana Capital Chronicle August 1, 2022 When Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office jumped onto a multi-state, bipartisan investigation of social media giant TikTok, it wasn’t initially clear his office would outsource the work to a Washington, D.C.-based boutique legal firm for free — almost. “We’re going to find out whether […]