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Daily Local News – September 10, 2013


The controversial ‘Right to Work’ pushed through by the state republicans last year suffered its first legal setback last week; Senator Dan Coats has proposed legislation  to delay the implementation of Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) until at least 2015; Management at the local GE Appliances plant has informed its hourly employees that one third of them will be laid off; Following a bank robbery yesterday afternoon, a suspect has been apprehended and detained by the Bloomington Police Department, charged with two counts of robbery and a charge of resisting law enforcement; Brown County State Park is offering a workshop for photographers on October 19th; Gary Moore will teach some of the tips and techniques he used to document landscapes in his photo book called Brown County Mornings.

Adventures in Pioneering a Model System of Symbiosis
Joan Wood spent twelve years in the Indiana University Department of Biology, and is the namesake of an annual lecture promoting women in the sciences. Biologist Margaret McFall-Ngai is in Bloomington this week and to present “Adventures in Pioneering a Model System of Symbiosis” – this year’s Joan Wood lecture. WFHB News Director Alycin Bektesh has the report for today’s Daily Local News feature exclusive.

Interested in started your own business? Sarah and Ashley talk with Jason Carnes, the Assistant Director from the City’s Economic and Sustainable Development Department. Jason shares tips on how to get started and resources for success.

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