In the March 14 edition, The Times' Doug Ross and Robert Blaszkiewicz provide analysis of 2014 Indiana General Assembly, including the passage of a bill for South Shore extension funding and a deal to lower business taxes. Lastly, they discuss the gay marriage issue and a series of lawsuits …
Calumet Township Trustee Mary Elgin talks with The Times' Doug Ross and Crista Zivanovic for the March 6 edition of the Roundtable.
The Feb. 27 edition of the Roundtable discusses the fate of religious freedom legislation in Arizona and Indiana, Porter County's attempt to collect an employee's over paid salary and the administrative merger of Purdue North Central and Purdue University Calumet.
The Feb. 20 edition of the Roundtable looks at Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's plan for a business tax cut; Common Core and gay marriage in Indiana; and Gary school finances.
The Feb. 13 edition of the Roundtable discusses Indiana's battle over gay marriage, Lumenus USA's failed plan to bring Chinese students to Valparaiso High School and E-911 consolidation in Lake County.
This week's Roundtable looks at Indiana's gay marriage amendment, gun buy-back legislation and the State of the Union address.
This week's Roundtable looks at Indiana's gay marriage amendment, the reaction to Portage mayor James Snyder's decision to help Gary during a recent snowstorm and a judge's ruling in the redistricting in Porter County.
Indiana U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly joins Doug Ross and Crista Zivanovic at the nwi.com Political Roundtable.
The roundtable panel discusses: Indiana's marriage amendment, Indiana business taxes and the retirement of state Sen. Sue Landske.
This week's topics: Federal investigators examining Porter County government offices, Governor Pence's targeting tax cuts to families and NIRPC's vote on South Shore rail line and the RDA.
The Illiana Expressway, personal property tax and Gov. Pence's education agenda are the topics for this week's Political Roundtable.
Indiana Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann stopped by The Times for a special edition of the Political Roundtable.
The Illiana Expressway's fate faces a pivotal vote on Dec. 12. The Political Roundtable crew discusses the ramifications of the proposed tollway.
George Van Til's guilty plea to public corruption, re-districting in Porter County and the death of Nelson Mandela are the topics for this week's Political Roundtable.
Jon Snyder, Porter County Assessor, chatted with The Times' Robert Blaszkiewicz and Doug Ross.
Tony Walker and Gordon Hendry with the Indiana Board of Education stopped by The Times.
The Nov. 14 Political Roundtable discusses the messy rollout of Obamacare and the State Board of Education's recent meeting to rework the A-F grading system and Common Core Standards.
The Times' Doug Ross speaks with Indiana House Minority Leader Scott Pelath (D-Michigan City) about the Affordable Care Act and House Joint Resolution 6, the bill prohibiting same-sex marriages.
In the Oct. 17 edition, the Roundtable discusses the end of the government shutdown and the fate of the Illiana Expressway.
In the Oct. 11 edition of the Roundtable, Robert Blaszkiewicz, Doug Ross and Crista Zivanovic of The Times discuss the federal government's shutdown, the Affordable Care Act and the Illiana Expressway.
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