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December 2nd, 2005

Well, the wedding is over, and Angie and I are now officially happily married. It was a great time for both of us, and all of our friends and family. We don’t have the pictures yet, but I may put one up when we get them from the photographer.

While I was away, I was happy to receive mention from Doug Kenline at Lawmakers, a blog tracking how many legislators across the country are maintaining public blogs for their constituencies. His review of my site was very generous, and at his suggestion I have added a Sitemeter button at the bottom of the page for added transparency.

Another good listing of state legislative blogs can be found at the National Conference of State Legislators website that tries to keep track of them. Hopefully we will see more from Indiana join that list!

Indiana also has a growing number of political and policy blogs of good quality from across the political spectrum. Below are just a few that I try to read on a regular basis:

    Kemplog – Focusing recently on the CAFO issue
    INCourts – Good recent focus on Indiana sentencing law

There are many more, and each of the sites above have links to many other great Indiana resources.

This website has been running smoothly, and I plan to continue updating it into the upcoming legislative session. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to let me know.

Update: My addition of a stat counter has prompted Doug at Lawmakers to bump my blog from “Runner Up” status into the “Best” category, alongside U.S. Representative John Conyers, and Texas State Representative Aaron Pena. Thanks for the honor Doug!

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Doug Kenline  |  December 2nd, 2005 at

    thank you ryan…..keep up the good work……….dk

  • 2. ed mahern  |  December 3rd, 2005 at

    Ryan good job this appears to be the media of the future.

  • 3. Ryan Dvorak  |  December 4th, 2005 at

    Thanks Ed - you should start one too!

  • 4. Kathy Liggett  |  December 9th, 2005 at

    Congrats on the wedding and the blog. Today’s SB Tribune shows Dan Parker doing an “ipetition” on the sale of the Indiana Toll Road. Look at us! Dems are going on-line.

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