Andrew Bradley

Andrew Bradley

Andrew Bradley is Policy Director for Prosperity Indiana, a statewide membership organization for individuals and organizations strengthening Hoosier communities. Since its founding in 1986, Prosperity Indiana has grown to approximately 200 members, currently representing about 1,000 community economic development practitioners from public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Andrew is a Hoosier by birth, education, and choice.


Tax task force can ensure Indiana competes through thriving Hoosiers

By: - November 9, 2023

Revelations from the latest hearing of the Indiana General Assembly’s State & Local Tax Review Task Force showed that ideas floated by legislators to replace the state personal income tax could actually backfire and put a greater burden on the Hoosiers who already pay the largest share of their income in taxes. But national experts […]

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To strengthen Indiana’s economy, work on the housing and jobs Hoosiers already have

By: - July 5, 2023

The headlines keep coming in – rents have increased in Indiana, but wages haven’t kept up, even compared with our Midwest peers. And despite their promises, Indiana’s policymakers will never simply build their way out of Indiana’s affordable housing crisis, nor can they attract enough new jobs from other states to make up for the […]

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Chances remain to ‘Fly the W’ with wins for Hoosiers this session

By: - April 19, 2023

With the 2023 session of the Indiana General Assembly coming down to its final days, we’ll soon see the annual roundups from the media and interest groups analyzing legislative outcomes. There are always some familiar themes, many sports-related, including comparing the session to a basketball game with legislative ‘misses’ and ‘makes’, or football ‘touchdowns’ and […]


Tenants and housing advocates will have to wait — again

By: - February 22, 2023

Last week hundreds of tenants, neighbors, and community partners gathered at the Statehouse for the launch of the Indiana Tenants Association and to celebrate that Senate Bill 202 by Sen. Fady Qaddoura, D-Indianapolis, and Sen. Greg Walker, R-Columbus, was scheduled for a committee hearing. Spirits were high, as the bill would finally bring badly-needed mechanisms […]