The Trump and Biden administrations don't agree on much. But they sure can collaborate, if unintentionally, to create a crisis.
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During the television age of Indiana politics, the General Assembly had been a pipeline of future governors. Govs. Harold Handley, Matt Welsh, Edgar Whitcomb, Doc Bowen, Robert Orr and Frank O’Bannon had all spent time in the dual “Cave of Winds” on the Statehouse third floor during a 40-year span.
Freshman state Rep. Elizabeth Rowray, R-Yorktown, found pandemic restrictions a glass half full during her first legislative session.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell offered a warning. “Nobody serving in this chamber can even begin to imagine what a completely scorched-earth Senate would look like .…”
Indiana school districts must get voters’ approval through referendums for significant building projects. Some pass. Some do not.