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On the next Indiana Lawmakers, we discuss a proposed state constitutional amendment for Bail. Would it protect Hoosiers by allowing judges to deny bail for suspects thought to pose a threat to the public? Or would it erode bedrock civil liberties?โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
It's 2023 and that means our Indiana Lawmakers are back to work and so are we. Join us as we kick off this legislative session with caucus leadership on next and first episode. Indiana Lawmakers from the State House to your house.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
On the next “Indiana Lawmakers” - the last show of the 2022 season - host Jon Schwantes is joined by four of the state’s most respected Statehouse journalists to assess the just-concluded General Assembly session. Joining host Jon Schwantes: IndyStar Education Reporter, Arika Herron IndyStar Statehouse Reporter, Kaitlin Lange IPB Reporter and Host …
 
Which bills from the Indiana legislature might have the greatest impact on Hoosiers in the years to come? On the next Indiana Lawmakers, the four caucus leaders join host Jon Schwantes to review the General Assembly’s 2022 session. The panel joining host Jon Schwantes is: House Minority Leader Phil GiaQuinta (D) Fort Wayne Senate Minority Leader Gr…
 
Who is better equipped to shape the state’s regulatory landscape - members of the part-time General Assembly or full-time government employees who, while unelected, may have spent decades of expertise in a given field? On the next Indiana Lawmakers.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
This week on Indiana Lawmakers - our state’s energy future. We discuss transitioning from coal to natural gas, and increasingly to energy sources like wind, solar, and possibly small modular nuclear reactors! Join us for an electric discussion!โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
The Second Amendment is just 27 words. On the next “Indiana Lawmakers” we discuss the 34-page bill being considered at the Indiana Statehouse that would allow most adults to carry a handgun without a permit.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
On this week’s edition of Indiana Lawmakers we look at Indiana’s ongoing debate over the legalization — or at least decriminalization — of marijuana. Host Jon Schwantes and his panel of experts will venture into the policy weeds of weed.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
On this week’s edition of Indiana Lawmakers we look at the spike in violent crime which has left the public, police, and policymakers asking TWO fundamental questions: HOW did we get to this point, and, more importantly, WHERE do we go from here?โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
On this week’s edition of Indiana Lawmakers we look at how the Covid-19 vaccine mandates might play out in the Hoosier state, and what it means, both short term and long term, for our healthcare facilities, our schools, and our workplaces.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
On this edition of “Indiana Lawmakers” host Jon Schwantes welcomes Governor Eric Holcomb for a one-on-one interview. The governor discusses his State of the State message and his vision for the state of Indiana.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
The 2022 legislative session is picking up pretty much where the 2021 session left off, and not surprisingly, the same goes for this week’s “Indiana Lawmakers”. Join host Jon Schwantes and the four caucus leaders as they discuss the session.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
We’ve heard from the Governor. We’ve heard from legislative leadership. And we’ve heard from lawmakers — in both chambers and on both sides of the aisle. As we take stock of the Indiana General Assembly’s unprecedented 2021 session, it’s time we heard from the people who chronicled lawmakers’ actions, day in and day out, for the past four months. O…
 
Every other year, as the Indiana General Assembly’s biennial budget session comes to a close, legislative leaders — especially those in the majority — are wont to describe whatever they’ve accomplished as “HISTORIC.” This time around, it would be tough to find anybody who would argue with such an assessment. Despite existential health concerns and …
 
One of the reasons Georgia's new election law has created such a national stir is that similar measures have been introduced in at least 46 other states, Indiana among them. On this week's show we look at the increasingly heated debate over proposals that, depending on your point of view, are designed either to enhance election security or facilita…
 
With all due respect to Simon and Garfunkel, forget about that troubled water under the bridge. Here in Indiana, the water’s just fine, aside from some antiquated treatment plants and miles and miles of aging pipes, including some made of lead. Here, as in many parts of the country, the more troubling problem, or at least more visible problem, is t…
 
In every odd-numbered year, members of the Indiana General Assembly face one task that cannot be avoided or deferred — at least not without serious consequences. Unless they want state government to shut down for lack of funding, legislators have to craft a two-year budget. In theory, the process unfolds over months, as agency requests are reviewed…
 
Most of us would be pleased to lighten our loads but not the trucking industry’s biggest movers and shakers. They're driving legislation that would effectively raise the weight limit for many of the semis that traverse Indiana’s roadways. They say the permit overhaul they favor would boost the state’s economy, generate more money for road repairs a…
 
The congressional and legislative district boundaries are redrawn every 10 years, based on data gleaned from the U.S. Census. Over the years — in Indiana and elsewhere — these lines have been drawn to diminish the electoral clout of racial minorities and/or keep a dominant political party in power. The result: noncompetitive districts that resemble…
 
The debate over efforts to boost the state's tax on cigarettes is filled with statistics on both sides. Actually, there are more than two sides in this debate, but we'll get to that in our show this week. Two of the most pertinent stats are these: Indiana, accordingto the CDC has the fourth highest smoking rate in the country. On the other hand, th…
 
Some people argue they cannot live without them. Others insist they cannot live with them - at least not without constant fear. We're talking about guns, especially easily concealed or open carry handguns. The right to bear a handgun might be the subject of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but it's vying to become number one on the li…
 
This week on "Indiana Lawmakers" host Jon Schwantes is joined by Brandon Smith of IPBS, Lindsey Erdody of the IBJ, Arika Herron of the Indianapolis Star and Whitney Downard of publisher CNHI to assess the first half of the 2021 General Assembly.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
For a material that started out as rotting vegetation at the bottom of primordial swamps, coal has made quite a name for itself. By fueling the industrial revolution, coal “lifted the burden of drudgery from the shoulders of workers,” as one author put it, thereby altering the course of human history and setting the stage for modern society. Althou…
 
This week on "Indiana Lawmakers" host Jon Schwantes is joined by Rep. Bob Behning, Rep. Vernon Smith. Betsy Wiley of Hoosiers for Quality Education and Keith Gambill of the ISTA to discuss the latest push to expand Indiana's school voucher program.Our panelists for this week, socially distancing in our studio:Host Jon SchwantesRepresentative Bob Be…
 
This week on "Indiana Lawmakers" host Jon Schwantes is joined by Rep. Matt Lehman, attorney Dan Evans and former Indiana Supreme Court Justice Frank Sullivan Jr. to discuss HB1123 and revising the powers of the Governor during statewide emergencies.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
This week on "Indiana Lawmakers" host Jon Schwantes is joined by Rep. Greg Steuerwald, Rep. Robin Shackleford, Rep. Mitch Gore and Samantha Buran to discuss House Bill 1006, a law enforcement reform bill being considered by state legislators.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
This week on Indiana Lawmakers, Indiana's Legislative Caucus leaders discuss the issues that are up for debate in the 2021 Session. Joining host Jon Schwantes are Todd Huston, Phil GiaQuinta, Rodric Bray and Greg Taylor.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
On this edition of Indiana Lawmakers - Will the pandemic and its mounting economic toll force Hoosier lawmakers to return to Indianapolis before the 2021 Session? Host Jon Schwantes is joined journalists Brandon Smith & Niki Kelly to wrap up the 2020 season.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
Fifteen years ago no one in the US used e-cigarettes, but by 2024 the U.S. e-cig market is expected to reach 16.5 billion dollars. Indiana Legislators are taking action to curb the devices' use among young Hoosiers. On the next Indiana Lawmakers.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
This week, the Indiana Senate voted 43-to-4 in favor of legislation meant to discourage distracted driving, by limiting how cell phones can be used. Join us for the discussion on what it means for Hoosier motorists, on the next "Indiana Lawmakers".โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
How should society deal with people who do bad things? That question has been up for debate ever since "an eye for an eye" gave way to "turn the other cheek." Which direction is the pendulum swinging in the Statehouse? On the next "Indiana Lawmakers".โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
In Indiana, should we force the transition from coal to natural gas, and then presumably to renewables such as wind, solar, and biomass? Or allow the open market to decide without government intrusion? Joining host Jon Schwantes to weigh in on the issues are Republican Representative Ed Soliday of Valparaiso, assistant majority floor leader and cha…
 
Indiana has the dubious distinction of ranking among the nation's Top 10 states for smoking, physical inactivity, air pollution, unvaccinated children, cancer deaths, infant mortality, and preventable hospitalizations. Need some good news? Indiana has the seventh lowest incidence of - salmonella! Clearly Hoosier lawmakers have good reason to target…
 
Over ten weeks have passed since thousands of teachers converged on the Statehouse for the "Red for Ed Action Day" rally, but their chants continue to resonate. On "Indiana Lawmakers" find out what's at stake regarding education legislation this session.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
This week on Indiana Lawmakers, Indiana's Legislative Caucus leaders discuss the issues that are up for debate in the 2020 Session. Joining host Jon Schwantes are Brian Bosma, Phil GiaQuinta, Rodric Bray and Tim Lanane.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
A new season of Indiana Lawmakers begins and joining host Jon Schwantes with perspectives on the 2020 Legislative session are four political journalists; Mary Beth Schneider, Eric Berman, Lindsey Erdody, and Brandon Smith.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
How will the results of the 2019 Indiana Legislative Session affect you and your fellow Hoosiers? Indiana Lawmakers host John Schwantes will pose those questions, not to partisans but to journalists who covered this year's session, day in and day out.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
What will be the results of the 2019 Indiana Legislative Session? Host John Schwantes will ask House Speaker Brian Bosma, House Minority Leader Phil GiaQuinta, Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray, and Senate Minority Leader Tim Lanane.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
What surprises await in the Indiana Budget? Senators Karen Tallian and Eric Bassler, along with Representatives Greg Porter and Mike Karickhoff, will debate the options, as they join host Jon Schwantes this week on Indiana Lawmakers.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
Are changes coming for Indiana Gaming Laws? Host Jon Schwantes discusses the issue with Senator Eddie Melton of Gary; Senator Jon Ford of Terre Haute; Representative Earl Harris Jr. of East Chicago; and Representative Terri Austin of Anderson.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
Should Marijuana be legalized in Indiana for medicinal, and even recreational use? Joining host Jon Schwantes to discuss the issue are Representative Jim Lucas, and Dr. John McGoff, immediate past president of the Indiana State Medical Association.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
How should society deal with people who do bad things? Lawmakers host Jon Schwantes and his guests Senator Jim Merritt, Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger, David Powell of IPAC, and Bernice Corley, with IPDC will discuss the options.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
Will convention and sports facility expansions in Indianapolis benefit all Hoosiers? Lawmakers host Jon Schwantes will ask Senator Jack Sandlin, Representative Robin Shackleford, Chris Gahl, of Visit Indy, and Dave Sibley, of White Lodging Services.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
Should payday loan laws change in Indiana? Host Jon Schwantes will ask Senator Greg Walker, Representative Matt Lehman, Erin Macy, with the Indiana Institute for Working Families, and Matt Whetstone, founder of the lobbying firm 1816 inc.โดย viewerswfyi@wfyi.org (WFYI Public Media)
 
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