Lawmakers Return To Indy
January 7, 2014
It is still cold and slippery out there but lawmakers are getting back to work on the second day of the Great Freeze. Regionally Speaking did not make the trip to Indianapolis, as scheduled, but political scientist Andy Downs helps scrape through the ice so we get a clear view of what will happen this session.
We’ll also look at what a Texas Death Row Attorney can teach all of us about dying, and look back at the great the Great Chicago Steel Strike of 1937.
We’ll also ask the state chamber of commerce whether Indiana really needs to be more business friendly.
Andy Downs, Director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at IPFW
Cam Carter, VP of Economic Development, Indiana Chamber of Commerce
John Hogan, The 1937 Chicago Steel Strike: Blood on the Prairie.
David Dow is a Texas Death Row attorney, author of Things I’ve Learned From Dying: A Book about Life.