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A One-Minute Introduction
Transcript of A One-Minute Introduction
For 24 years marshaling the best thought on governmental, economic and educational issues at the state and municipal levels.
Two dozen adjunct scholars contribute white papers on Indiana issues in advance of the headlines, helping our members see beyond the political horizon.
The most influential Indiana newspapers and blogs subscribe to our weekly distribution of op-eds, producing thousands of page impressions and Internet hits each week. We are a "go to" source for radio and television interviews.
The journal is the repository for our white papers and op-eds. Members can search the past five years of material at www.inpolicy.org. Additional features include:
"The Tuesday Lunch," an executive summary of current projects
"Dim Bulbs and Bright," a comparison of public arguments
"The Outstater," commentary from the editor's desk
"The Reality Check," a quarterly survey of the membership
The foundation provides testimony to legislative committees during a General Assembly, organizing legislative seminars and bringing policy experts to the capitol.
The work of the adjunct scholars is packed into timely 600-word op-ed articles, ensuring that the public discussion includes those issues critical to our liberty.
Apply for membership at www.inpolicy.org