Here are a few political items from across the state that you might find somewhat interesting, do with them what you will.
Keep May 20th on your calendar. Why? It’s the filing deadline for Attorney General candidates who want to run for the GOP nomination at this summer’s state convention (if they actually have one). We bring that up because we’re also keeping an eye on the Indiana Supreme Court to see if it will return a decision by then in the disciplinary matter regarding Curtis Hill. When we reached out to the Court to see if we could expect a decision soon, we were told by a representative, “…the case is now ripe for the Court’s consideration. The Court will issue its disposition after a review of the case and thoughtful deliberations.”
Governor Eric Holcomb Friday signed Executive Order 20-23 to allow health care providers and facilities to resume elective medical procedures provided they have sufficient quantities of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and consult the best practices and recommendations developed by their medical associations or industries.
Earlier this week, we asked Indiana House Speaker Todd Huston about some lawmakers’ call for a special session so they could have more input into how the state is addressing COVID-19. You hear his response here.
Former Marion County Prosecutor and 5th District Congressional candidate Carl Brizzi has unveiled a new television ad. You can view it here.
Beth Henderson is touting an endorsement from Forrest and Charlotte Lucas in her race in the 5th.
Purdue President Mitch Daniels has sent a letter out to the University community regarding the upcoming Fall semester and COVID-19.
A recent Facebook post by conservative activist Monica Boyer over COVID-19 is raising the ire of a few folks across the state. We reposted it here.
You can draw your own conclusions.