Retired Politicians Like Evan Bayh Asked To Give Up Multi-Million Dollar War Chests
June 5, 2014
We get the reaction from NIPSCO to the EPA’s proposed rules to regulate carbon. NIPSCO is also one of the utilities to submit an energy efficiency plan to the state this week, even though the General Assembly repealed the law last session.
One group wants retired candidates to turn over their war chests to charity. One iconic Indiana politician tops their list.
Host Steve Walsh sits down with the new head of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. We talk about the potential for expansion and the hole which closed Mount Baldy.
Keeping with the theme: We’ll also talk about Lake County’s new park plan. Any new water parks on the horizon? We’ll find out.
Nick Meyer, spokesman for NIPSCO
Paul Labovitz, superintendent, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
Dave Levinthal Senior political reporter, Center for Public Integrity
Craig Zandstra, parks special projects coordinator Lake County Parks