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Daily Local News – August 26, 2013

Indiana State Excise Police officers arrested 93 people on 129 charges in Bloomington this past weekend; Upland Brewery will host the Hillbilly Haiku on Friday, the 30th, at their 11st street tap house;The City of Bloomington Arts Commission has released revised guidelines and applications for the October cycle of its 2013 Arts Project Grant Program; As students return to Indiana …

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Daily Local News – August 23, 2013

Indiana Governor Mike Pence announced today that he has created a new educational agency, named the Center for Education and Career Innovation; Bloomington city officials repeatedly referred to what they called a new normal during a week of budget hearings that began Monday; Freedom Indiana, a bipartisan statewide coalition of Indiana businesses and groups announced yesterday their campaign to defeat …

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ACLU takes on SEA371

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky filed a lawsuit in federal court this morning challenging Indiana’s newest law regulating abortion clinics. Senate Enrolled Act 371, passed earlier this year, calls for facilities that prescribe and dispense abortion-inducing medications to have many of the same emergency and urgent care resources as hospitals. The bill affects only one facility in the state, …

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Daily Local News – August 22, 2013

On August 20th an engineer for Monroe County called out the builders of the new Interstate 69 for using faulty strategies to prevent erosion; The Monroe County Public Library is advising patrons on how best to save money on parking now that most spots near the Library are metered; The ACLU has filed a class-action suit against the City of …

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Daily Local News – August 21, 2013

Tomorrow the Monroe County Election Board will hear a proposal on a new system of voting for Monroe County residents; One of the last property owners that is still refusing to pay Monroe County’s stormwater fee is the federal government; The Bloomington Utilities Department put forward a budget August 19th asking for a $900,000 increase in spending next year; The …

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Daily Local News – August 20, 2013

The federal government has given the state the go-ahead to begin work on the section of the new interstate 69 that will run through Monroe County; At a meeting August 19th, the Richland Bean Blossom School Board voted to delay the implementation of a policy that cuts the hours of part-time employees; Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly will be in town …

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Daily Local News – August 19, 2013

Secretary of State Connie Lawson and her office reached an agreement regarding terms of a $14 million settlement with the Indiana State Teachers Association and the National Education Association; At a work session August 13th, the Monroe County Community School Board discussed if and how to issue another multi-million dollar bond; The Monroe County Public Library may soon end its …

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Daily Local News – August 15th 2013

Hundreds of new parking meters were activated Monday in Bloomington’s central business district and so far downtown business owners and their customers seem to be taking the change in stride; Tonight at the Bluebird Bar, nine Bloomington residents will share ideas that inspire them for the year’s first Ignite Btown event; Starting tomorrow, the Indiana State Police will be cracking …

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Congressman Todd Young Gives Climate Change Protesters Their 15 Minutes

Yesterday, citizens of Monroe County planned to hold a protest at representative Todd Young’s Office regarding their concerns about his position on climate change. What was intended as a protest turned into a fifteen-minute meeting in the congressman’s office. WFHB’s Kat Carlton has the story for today’s WFHB feature.

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