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How Would Obamacare Repeal Affect Indiana?

After the Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act died on the floor of the US Senate last week, WFHB correspondent Arjun Balasundaram spoke with healthcare experts about how a repeal might affect Indiana residents.

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Mayor Hamilton Kicks Off Solarize Bloomington Phase 2

Mayor John Hamilton urged community members at a press conference this afternoon to pursue solar energy options as a state deadline approaches. The press conference kicked off the second phase of Solarize Bloomington, an initiative purportedly designed to increase the amount of solar energy generated by homes and businesses. Hamilton said Phase Two is an expansion of the project, which …

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Cook Medical Funds Weekend Hours At Shalom Center

Cook Medical Group pledged twenty-two thousand dollars in order to keep the Shalom Center open on the weekends. This move comes after Mayor John Hamilton’s speech last Thursday, in which he presented steps the City of Bloomington plans to take toward tackling homelessness and drug abuse. During his talk at the public library, Hamilton stated that the Safety, Civility and …

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Daily Local News – July 31, 2017

Cook Medical Group has pledged $22,000 to help keep the Shalom Community Center open on weekends; The City Clerk is now accepting applications to fill a vacant seat on the Environmental Commission; The Indiana Family Institute reveals plans to sponsor an annual event modeled after the national Conservative Political Action Conference; Mayor John Hamilton kicked off the second phase of …

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Firehouse Follies – Through The Looking Glass, Darkly

Join us at the Waldron Auditorium Sunday, Aug. 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. for the autumn edition of the WFHB Firehouse Follies, where, for a mere $10 per ticket (or 2 for $15.00) you can find out exactly what happened when Alice went through that looking glass. You know the fake news about the event–now it’s time to tell …

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Bring It On! – July 31, 2017

Bring It On! welcomes the U.S. State Department’s Mandela Washington Fellows for Young African Leaders. CLarence Boone talks with 25 young leaders from Sub-Sahara Africa. And we hear from Courtney Hermann, program manager with the IU Office of International Development and local leader of the group. PART ONE Bring It On! welcomes the U.S. State Department’s Mandela Washington Fellows for …

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Hola Bloomington – July 28, 2017

Locutores Erick Gutierrez y Jonathan de la Cruz e invitado Brad Pontius en Hola Bloomingto Presenta: HOLA Hombres! Una coneversacion sobre la salud de los hombres de nuestra comunidad de Bloomington y global. Hosts Erick Gutierrez and Jonathan De La Cruz and guest Brad Pontius Hola Bloomington Presents: HOLA Hombres! A conversation about men’s health with Bloomington community and Global.

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Kite Line- July 28, 2017: The Workhouse

In this episode of Kite Line, we cover the recent demonstrations outside the Workhouse in St. Louis, Missouri. On July 21, police there used pepper spray to disperse 300 people protesting conditions in a medium-security jail called the Hall Medium Security Facility, known popularly as the Workhouse. The demonstrators demanded that the jail be closed, as prisoners inside chanted and …

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bloomingOUT – Current LGBTQ+ News Discussion – July 27, 2017

Join anchors Colin Shassberger, Jeff Poling and producer Ryne Shadday for our monthly round-table discussion of recent LGBTQ+ news headlines. The hot topic of this show is the transgender military ban that was passed yesterday but the conversation covers all interactions between Trump and the LGBT community, further debate on gender neutral restrooms across the country, and Facebook categorizing LGBT …

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Voices in the Street: “How do you feel about the students returning to town?”

With over 48,000 students getting back to town, the change that the city of Bloomington undergoes when classes meet is significant. It becomes more challenging to find parking and restaurants are more crowded. On the other hand, there is a youthful buzz and energy around town. Voices has asked your friends and neighbors how they feel about the students returning.”

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