Farmers Look To Indy For Help
December 31, 2013
On this show, the long-awaited A through F grades are out. What can they tell us about the last couple years of school reform?
We know the federal government is having a tough time passing a farm bill, but what do farmers want from Indiana lawmakers?
Host Steve Walsh looks at how an Indiana Tax Court decision that could make it much-much easier for taxpayers to cash in on old errors.
At the end of the year, we look back at Gary’s bid to bring state troopers to the city to combat the rising murder rate, with the original interview on the topic with Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson.
Katrina Hall, Indiana Farm Bureau
Carole Carlson, Post-Tribune
Dan Carden, Times of Northwest Indiana statehouse Bureau Chief