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Bloomington Residents Protest the Religious Freedom & Restoration Act at Rally

Roughly 200 people rallied yesterday at Karst Farm Park in Bloomington, just across the street from a local Republican fund raiser. The rally was originally scheduled to protest Governor Mike Pence, who was supposed to be the featured speaker at the event. Pence canceled his appearance amid increasing controversy over the passage of the so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act. But …

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Daily Local News – October 1, 2014

Bloomington Animal Shelter joins shelters across the United States in recognizing October as National Adopt-a-Dog Month; This past week the Indiana State Department of Health released statistics based on the Indiana Medicine Error Reporting System which tracks hospital’s medical mistakes, everything from bed sores to surgical implements accidentally left in patients’ bodies after surgery; Yesterday Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced …

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Greg Zoeller Asks FCC To Increase Call-Blocking Usage

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined collegues in thirty-seven states urging the FCC to allow more extensive use of call blocking technologies.  Newer technologies such as NoMoRobo, Call Control, and Telemarketing Guard allow phone carriers to identify and block a much larger portion of telemarketing calls.  But phone companies are reluctant to use these technologies.  They fear they could be …

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Daily Local News – March 27, 2014

A prominent expert on wind power generation will speak at the Indiana University Cinema in Bloomington on Wednesday, April 2nd; The Community Aids Action Group of South Central Indiana is hosting the 10th annual Bloomington Aids Walk this Saturday; The Hoosier Hills Food Bank is currently running the March Against Hunger food drive, along with Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller. …

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Daily Local News – January 13, 2014

Re-opening after the holidays has not gone smoothly for Fairview Elementary, as conflict erupted between parents and school administrators; After months of debate and several revisions, the Ellettsville Town Council passed new regulations on second-hand shops December 23rd; The Indiana House Judiciary Committee decided this morning to delay a vote on HJR-3, the bill that would change the Indiana Constitution …

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