We asked you to evaluate the efforts of the Indiana General Assembly in 2012 and you responded with how I imagine most teacher gradebooks end up looking — a wide variety of marks.
- 28% give legislators a B, with the same percentage not so happy as they offered a D grade
- 21% say A
- 17% go down the middle with a C
- About 7% are in the "other" category (likely an "F" grade)
Right-to-work, a smoking ban that covers 95% of workplaces and elimination of the state’s inheritance tax rank high on the Indiana Chamber’s list of priorities. Despite a few missteps, I’ll go with an "A" for the year.
Our new poll question (top right) offers you the chance to play Supreme Court justice on the health care reform law. Thanks for reading and voting.