The 2012 Indiana General Assembly convenes Wednesday with a contentious labor bill topping the legislative agenda. Republican leaders say making Indiana the nation’s 23rd so-called “right-to-work” state is their chief goal of the short, 30-day session. The legislation would prohibit companies that have organized labor representation from making the payment union dues a condition of… Continue reading Indiana General Assembly Begins This Week
Feigenbaum says he believes many freshmen Republican lawmakers who make up the new House majority were too aggressive in trying to push through their agenda.
Now, that the Indiana primary races are over, parties and candidates are starting to focus their attention on November’s general election. A majority of politically experienced Republicans were winners in races where they faced those who were connected to or had support from the Tea Party movement. Now, Republicans are looking to gain seats in… Continue reading Post Primary: Indiana GOP Looking for Gains in November