My Account
Policy intelligence on:
Corrections & Clarifications

Corrections & Clarifications

Apr 24, 2023

State Affairs strives to be correct, factual and accurate in our reporting, but mistakes do regrettably happen from time to time. In the interest of full transparency with you, our readers, below is a list of corrections and clarifications. This list will be updated as needed.

If you’ve spotted an error or need to suggest a correction and/or clarification, please email us at [email protected].

Know the most important news affecting Uncategorized

Get our free weekly newsletter that covers government, policy and politics that impact your everyday life—in 5 minutes or less.

Your personal data will be used to support your experience throughout this website, to manage access to your account, and for other purposes described in our privacy policy.

By submitting your information, you agree to the Terms of Service and acknowledge our Privacy Policy.

May 16, 2023: Howey Daily Wire May 16, 2023

Correction: A Goshen News story excerpted in Tuesday’s Howey Daily Wire said Attorney General Todd Rokita dismantled the Indian Child Welfare Act. According to the attorney general’s office, “Rokita in his time in office hasn’t backed, joined, or initiated any form of dismantling the Indian Child Welfare Act. The case that was joined over this subject was done under Attorney General Curtis Hill. Rokita has made no further moves in this case, including not participating at the Supreme Court, which is tantamount to withdrawing under the circumstances.”

May 9, 2023: Howey Daily Wire May 9, 2023

Correction: An item about Indianapolis Republican mayoral nominee Jefferson Shreve was removed from today’s Daily Wire after it was brought to our attention that Shreve disputed an IndyStar report that stated he backs criminalizing abortion. “I strongly oppose the prosecution of women who may seek an abortion, and this is a failure by the Indianapolis Star to provide its readers with accurate information,” Shreve said in a statement to Howey Politics Indiana. The Star story was excerpted in today’s Howey Daily Wire. The Star corrected its story on Tuesday: “Jefferson Shreve’s comments about disagreeing with the Marion County prosecutor’s decision not to prosecute certain crimes were misattributed in an earlier version of this story. He was speaking about marijuana possession and street crimes, not abortion. This story has been updated.”

May 5, 2023: Pre-COVID, Georgia rated schools for well-being; will ratings resurface?

Correction: This story has been updated to remove the length of time suspended students were reported to be out of school.

April 26, 2023: Omnibus bills readied for wrap-up session

Correction: The Senate passed 24-13 the now-vetoed flat-rate income tax bill. Hawver’s Capitol Report on Monday mistakenly reported the wrong Senate vote on the bill, which the House passed 85-38 and which likely will be considered for a veto override this week.

April 25, 2023: Howey Daily Wire April 24, 2023

Correction: A previous version of this Howey Daily Wire, citing an Indiana Public Media report, stated that AG Todd Rokita was “dropping his attempt to reverse a part of a prior ruling,” but in fact, he is dropping an attempt to reopen a lawsuit against himself, his office tells us. Tuesday’s brief also stated that Dr. Caitlin Bernard was found to have properly reported the abortion; that is incorrect. The IndyStar reports that “Bernard has maintained she did not share confidential information about a patient and reported the operation as required by law,” but she has not officially been cleared.

April 24, 2023: Sea turtles thrive, shorebirds take a dive in this year’s coastal ecosystem report card

Correction: This story was updated to correct the fact that Georgia’s Coastal Resources Division Director Doug Haymans said that lower, not higher, levels of rainfall caused increased salinity in the water that impacted blue crab last year.

April 24, 2023: Kelly to veto tax-cut bill today

Correction: This story has been updated to reflect that Gov. Laura Kelly, of Kansas, says the state can afford her proposal.

April 11, 2023: Taxes, spending, school funding will dominate Spring Break, wrap-up session

Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified the sales tax exemption for broadband materials.

March 7, 2023: Andrea Hunley is a rookie Democrat from Indianapolis. Will she be heard in the Indiana Senate?

Correction: This story has been updated to reflect that the protest of the U.S. invasion of Iraq was in 2003.

Feb. 22, 2023: Long, fractious debate day ahead

Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified the bill sponsor’s city of residence.

Feb. 16, 2023: House Ed approves ‘women’s rights’

Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified the committee chair.

Feb. 9, 2023: More Indiana mayoral races uncompetitive

Correction: In Thursday’s weekly edition of Howey Politics Indiana, we reported that former Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner left office to work for Sen. Mike Braun. He resigned to accept a position at OCRA. It was former Jasper Mayor Terry Seitz who resigned to accept a position with Braun.

Jan. 21, 2023: Kansas Legislative Guide

Correction: The birthdate of Rep. Adam Thomas, R-Olathe, is Oct. 9, 1982 (not Oct. 19).

Jan. 20, 2023: In BanksWorld, Daniels is a ‘RINO’

Correction: This column misidentified Todd Young as a U.S. senator in the 2016 senate race against Evan Bayh. Young was a U.S. representative at the time of the race. This column has been updated.

Jan. 19, 2023: Judge Pickering confirmed

Correction: House District 2 Rep. Ken Collins, R-Mulberry, reported $2,150 in campaign contributions last year. Hawver’s Capitol Report incorrectly reported his contributions totaled just $2.15.

Jan. 12, 2023: More incumbent mayors announce reelection plans

Correction: In the Jan. 5 edition of Howey Politics Indiana, it was reported that Elkhart Mayor Rod Roberson played basketball at the University of Illinois. He played at Northwestern University. His late brother, Garvin, played at Illinois.

Jan. 11, 2023: Kelly doesn’t have COVID-19

Correction: Hawver’s Capitol Report incorrectly reported on Wednesday that Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Marla Luckert said that the high court retains jurisdiction over its decision dealing with health care/abortion rights for women. She instead said the court retains jurisdiction over its decisions relating to the financing of public schools but won’t re-examine school funding unless a motion is filed with the court. Luckert also said the court system no longer faces a shortage of judges. We regret the errors.

Jan. 10, 2023: Kelly has COVID-19, delays State of State

Correction: It was Daniel Zeck, not Zeek, who was sworn in yesterday to the State Board of Education. We regret the error.

Jan. 6, 2023: New lawmakers make up most diverse legislative group in recent history

Correction: This story has been updated to correct the age of Rep. Tremaine “Teddy” Reese.

Jan. 5, 2023: HPI Power 50: 2023 will be prelude to coming cycles

Correction: This story has been updated. The 2023 HPI Power 50 List misidentified Elkhart Mayor Rod Roberson’s alma mater. Roberson is a graduate of Northwestern University, where he was a star basketball player. The list also incorrectly stated the stage of the buildout of Elkhart’s aquatics center. It was completed in 2020.

Dec. 7, 2022: Four issues likely to come up next session, and three that won’t

Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified House Speaker Todd Huston in a photo caption.

Related Topics: