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Key contests in the 2024 Indiana Primary Election

With the Indiana Primary Election around the corner on May 7, the Indianapolis Recorder has composed a quick rundown of the who's who on...

US drug control agency will move to reclassify marijuana in a historic shift, AP sources say

By ZEKE MILLER, JOSHUA GOODMAN, JIM MUSTIAN and LINDSAY WHITEHURST WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will move to reclassify marijuana as a...

Gerrymandering hurts the minority often in unforeseen ways

Gerrymandering is more than math. I have had this conversation many times over the years with a variety of people, and I have been...

Can the Left Get it Right?

Last month, NBC News Group chairman Cesar Conde hired – then speedily fired – Ronna McDaniel as a political commentator. McDaniel is the immediate...

Indiana Black Legislative Caucus town hall series

Indiana’s 13-member Black Legislative Caucus will hold a six-part town hall series in municipalities across the state, the group announced Tuesday. It billed the events...

Senate votes to avert a shutdown and keep the government funded through early March. House vote next

By MARY CLARE JALONICK and KEVIN FREKING Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate voted on Thursday to extend current federal spending and keep the...

“What Really Happened on Indiana Avenue? A Story Untold” panel discussion

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Indianapolis’s Indiana Avenue was a thriving district of Black-owned restaurants, churches, businesses, and jazz clubs that...

A White House visit renews hope and legislative action for the future of Indiana’s children

By MAUREEN BAUER I carried the memory of Kylin Brooks and Kyler Jackson to our Nation's Capital as I joined other state legislators from across...

On This Day: Black Panther leader Fred Hampton assassinated

On December 4, 1969, Fred Hampton, a rising activist in the Black Panther Party (BPP), was assassinated in a raid led by the Chicago...

Unearthing the bigger problem: The cause of low young voter turnout  

Recent local elections saw low levels of voter turnout. The Indiana Secretary of State's office found that only 24% of eligible voters in Indianapolis...
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