The Bloomington Plan Commission gave a favorable review to plans for a multi-family development at 2182 West Tapp Road in its meeting last night; 37 Indiana University Bloomington graduates are volunteering with the Peace Corps in 20 different countries this year; Devour Btown has announced their third annual 14-day dining event, which will start Monday, March 20th, and continue through Sunday, April 2nd; House Republicans have released the text of their plan to dismantle President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Since long before the passage of Obamacare, Bloomington’s own Volunteers In Medicine has been providing free care to people who can’t otherwise afford it. And despite the health care law, the free clinic continues to see many clients. To find out more, WFHB News Director Joe Crawford spoke with the executive director of Volunteers in Medicine, Nancy Richman. We’ll hear a portion of their conversation now, for today’s WFHB community report.
Rehab Hospital of Indiana: A discussion with Jean Capler with Rehab Hospital about TBI (traumatic brain injury) and resources available to those with new or old injury, the Rehab Hospital is a tremendous resource.
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