South Shore Has A Shot On A Competitive National Stage
April 3, 2014
Unemployment is still high and manufacturing is still on the ropes but people are still moving to Indiana. We find out why.
The Afghan elections are Saturday. As Americans get ready to pull out after 12 years, we’ll hear why elections still matter.
The Supreme Court opened another door in campaign finance law. Host Steve Walsh finds out what this means for elections this year in the Hoosier State.
We also find out what kind of national competition the South Shore might face, as the area gets ready to fight for expansion.
Julia Vaughn, Common Cause Indiana
Matt Klinghorn IU Kelley School of Business
Rich Sampson Editor Community Transportation & RAIL Magazines
Nasir Shansab, Afghan/American political writer and author of Silent Trees