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Monday, March 27, 2017
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Big Data destroying U.S. political system
Meet The Press host Chuck Todd examines impact of big data on U.S. politics.
Carlson interviews Trump on Fox News
Fox News host Tucker Carlson interviews President Trump.
Holcomb, Daniels discuss road funding
Gov. Eric Holcomb and Purdue President Mitch Daniels discuss road funding at the Purdue Road School on Wednesday. WLFI-TV reports.
Pence vows to work on repeal/replace
Vice President Mike Pence vowed to work with Congressional Republicans on the Obamacare repeal/replace. NBC News reports.
Clapper denies Trump wire tap claim
Former National Intelligence Director James Clapper says there was no wire tapping of Donald Trump during the campaign on NBC's Meet The Press.
Russian dissident survives 2nd assassination attempt
Russian dissident Vladimir Kara-Murza talks to NBC's Richard Engel about surviving a second assassination attempt he believes was directed by President Putin's security services.
Pence comments on Indiana emails
Vice President Mike Pence talks of his Indiana emails as governor in Janesville, Wis., on Friday.
WTHR: Meth home contamination Part 1
This is Part 1 of WTHR-TV's Bob Segall's investigative report on almost 3,000 meth contaminated homes in Indiana.
WTHR: Meth home contamination Part 2
This is Part 2 of WTHR-TV's Bob Segall's investigative report on almost 3,000 meth contaminated homes in Indiana.
WTHR-TV: Syrian refugees come to Indiana
WTHR-TV's Mary Milz talks to a Syrian refugee family who just arrived in Indiana.
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  • Indiana Senate resurrects appointed school chief bill
    “Governors and other state leaders of both major political parties have publicly supported the concept of an appointed Superintendent of Public Instruction for decades. I believe now is the time to make it happen. The changes amended into the bill today will help take politics out of education and ensure Indiana continues to have an education leader with experience, demonstrated leadership skills, and expertise in the field of education.” - Indiana Senate President David Long, after the Senate Rules Committee significantly amended version of House Bill 1005, which would provide for a governor-appointed secretary of education starting in 2025. The bill would require residency for two years, an advanced degree and is licensed or employed as a teacher, principal or superintendent at the time of taking office. Senate Minority Leader Tim Lanane criticized the move, saying, “Today the Republican supermajority in the Senate used their unchecked power to resurrect a measure that would effectively disenfranchise Hoosier voters in choosing their education leader. Over half of our state budget is dedicated to K-12 education, and Hoosiers should have their voices heard at the ballot box when it comes to education policy in the state of Indiana.”
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  • A question for Gov. Holcomb: Who's the king of rock n' roll?
    After Howey Politics Indiana conducted a brief interview with Gov. Eric Holcomb earlier this week, we followed up with this probing question for a governor who loves rock n’ roll: Who’s the King of Rock n’ roll: Elvis Presley or Chuck Berry? Holcomb responded, “That’s a trick question. It’s not an ‘either-or’ answer. It’s ‘and.’ The world was big enough for two kings who both owned every room they ever performed in!” Great answer, Gov! - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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