INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana House Bill 1019, which would conceal access to police video – at the discretion of the police department – has made it closer to becoming law. HB 1019, introduced by Rep. Kevin Mahan (R-Hartford City) easily passed through Indiana’s House of Representatives with a vote of 65-30. Dave Areland, executive director for the Indiana Broadcaster’s Association, explains why they have called this bill “outrageous.” (Segment starts at 3:02 in the podcast.)
With hours until the Iowa Caucus, Indy Speaks Political Contributor Payne Horning breaks down the caucus and explains why voting in Iowa is such a big deal. (Segment starts at 22:05 in the podcast.)
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