Lawmakers Look At Whether Indiana’s Gaming Revenues Have Tapped Out
May 22, 2014
The Justice department is saying US Steel and the United Steel Workers of America were among those hacked by members of the Chinese military. Host Steve Walsh talks an industry advocate who say’s it’s no accident that manufactures were targeted.
It looks like everyone wants to be head of the Democratic Party in Lake County – except of course – the guy whose running it. We’ll take the tally of the candidates already in the race and look at Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott’s potential plans.
Indiana has seen a sharp drop in casino revenue. We talk to a key House Chairman and a local senator, about a new committee tasked with turning that around.
We also find out a little more about what teachers are doing this summer to prepare for new state standards.
Bill Dolan, Times of Northwest Indiana
Tom Dermody, chairman of the Indiana House Public Policy
Scott Paul, President Alliance for American Manufacturing
Tony Lux, retired Merrillville superintendent