Regionally Speaking, Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Nov 16, 2021

Credit Minding The Workplace blog

Today:  Valparaiso University business law professor Elizabeth Gingerich is on "Regionally Speaking" for an initial conversation about what she teaches in the College of Business, which includes a strong emphasis on the environment and regional economics.  We also revisit Indiana Public Broadcasting's Rebecca Thiele's visit to Michigan City and the impact the eventual closing of the NIPSCO coal-fired power plant will have on the community.  We have another conversation from the Welcome Project at Valparaiso University, and we bring back our conversation with Food Bank of Northwest Indiana executive director Victor Garcia.  He focuses on the mobile markets which they regularly offer to food-insecure minorities, primarily in north Lake County.   And we have reaction to plans for a pilot project by the Indiana Supreme Court to allow media recording in some courtrooms, including here in northwest Indiana.