Chris Lang and Mike Warren are two dedicated citizens who have decided to make Indiana's problems their own. The two men launched Open Source Roads, a grassroots collective of volunteers, to help improve the streets of Indianapolis. Along with some friends, Lang and Warren fix potholes in their spare time.
The Department of Public Works has rated the streets of Indianapolis "poor" and says it will cost an estimated $732 million to make them "fair."
"We want to fill a lot of potholes, and we want people to help out and see that we don't need to rely on this monopoly for it, and I want that to be what starts the people in charge talking about change," Lang told the Indy Star.
Glenn and Stu talked about this example of libertarian-inspired ingenuity on today's show.