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Zach Osowski

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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Zach:

Is GOP flexing muscles for Christian conservatives?

How far can they push their agenda in the face of constitutional challenges → Read More

Indiana Senate Dems say they'll offer 3 immigration bills

Immigration committee expresses frustration over lack of state power → Read More

Right-to-hunt measure passes in Indiana

In early polling Tuesday, voters overwhelming support an amendment to add the right to hunt, fish and harvest to the Indiana Constitution. → Read More

Indiana race for attorney general pits Elkhart County prosecutor against Lake County judge

Drugs, legal experience, defending the state all big topics for candidates → Read More

State officials not worried by I-69 bond rating decrease

'Concerns will be ironed out' in Section 5 construction → Read More

What Indiana's lieutenant governor candidates would do

In selecting their running mates, governor candidates Eric Holcomb and John Gregg found counterparts who have shown an ability to get things done. → Read More

Committee: no recommendation on Sunday booze sales

Mandatory age for playing fantasy sports could change → Read More

Should hunting, fishing be a constitutional right?

Hoosier voters will decide on Election Day whether to make hunting and fishing a protected right in Indiana, just like free speech or religion. → Read More

I-69 Section 5 construction back on track

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- After weeks of uncertainty, including times when workers walked off construction sites, things seem to be back on track for Section 5 of Interstate 69. "We're cautiously optimistic at this point," Mary Catherine Carmichael, communications director for the city of Bloomington, said. The Oct. 3 deadline when I-69 Development Partners LLC could have moved to end its contract… → Read More

Indiana could soon change way it draws reps' districts

Committee recommends General Assembly establish independent commission → Read More

New poll shows 12-point lead for John Gregg over Eric Holcomb

INDIANAPOLIS -- Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg has a double-digit lead over Republican Eric Holcomb in the race for Indiana governor, according to a new poll released Friday by Monmouth University. The same poll shows GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's lead over Democrat Hillary Clinton in Indiana is down to four points. The poll was conducted on Oct. 10-13, surveying more… → Read More

No big changes likely to Indiana booze laws

Committee talks about possible changes to state alcohol law → Read More

Franklin Graham urges voting, skips endorsement

Thousands of people came together for a prayer rally at the state house on Wednesday, reports. → Read More

Holcomb takes stage at rally, blasts Gregg

12:14 p.m. — Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb, the Republican candidate for governor, took the stage ahead of Pence and blasted his opponent, Democrat John Gregg. → Read More

LIVE: Gubernatorial candidates square off in debate

Candidates discuss education policy, workforce at high school → Read More

Eric Holcomb unveils education plan

GOP candidate plans to focus on pre-K, adult education → Read More

Gubernatorial candidates agree to 3 debates

The three Indiana Gubernatorial candidates have formally agreed to three, televised debates, including one at the University of Southern Indiana on Oct. 25. The debates will be hosted by the Indiana Debate Commission and will feature Democrat John Gregg, Republican Eric Holcomb and Libertarian Rex Bell. The first debate will be Sept. 27 at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis. That debate… → Read More

I-69 Section 5 project pushed back again

New estimates say project won't be done until October 2017 → Read More

Gregg talks workforce, criticizes Holcomb in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS -- Democratic Gubernatorial candidate John Gregg called for more career and technical opportunities for Hoosier students, and criticized his opponent for a lack of an education policy during an event on Monday. Gregg spent the morning touring the J. Everett Light Career Center, a facility that promotes technical education and STEM programs for 12 different school corporations in… → Read More

Boonville mulls IURC withdrawal

Proposed ordinance would put water utility back under local control → Read More