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bloomingOUT – Post-National Convention Roundtable – July 28, 2016

On tonight’s show, join anchors Janae and JP as they participate in a post Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention Roundtable discussion with bloomingOUT producer, Ryne Shadday; and special contributor Brandon Gage. This week wrapped the official nomination of Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton; who will be facing off in the upcoming November presidential election against Republican nominee and …

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bloomingOUT – July 2, 2015

Join hosts Ryne Shadday and Jeff Poling as they talk with IU Mauer School of Law Professor and Huffington Post contributor Steve Sanders. You’ll also hear some of the latest LGBTQ+ headlines and events in and around Bloomington. We also introduced our new theme music for the show, provided by Aaron Gage. Find more of Aaron’s work at aarongagemusic.com Hosts …

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Standing Room Only – Marriage Equality for Bloomington

On Tuesday, September 17th City Council Member Susan Sandberg sponsored a resolution, along with Council Members Darryl Neher and Tim Mayer as co-sponsors, supporting marriage equality. The public was invited to participate, along with LGBT leaders and community and business organizations impacted economically by codifying discrimination in our State Constitution. The event consisted of a lively and frank discussion, and …

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City Council Members Sponsor Resolution To Provide A Local Response On Statewide Marriage Equality

Tuesday, local residents will be given an opportunity to participate in a debate on marriage equality. Bloomington City Council Member Susan Sandberg is sponsoring a resolution, along with Council Members Darryl Neher and Tim Mayer as co-sponsors, supporting marriage equality. This motion is designed to provide a local response to state legislators’ efforts to include a clause in the state …

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Daily Local News – September 17, 2013

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A third phase of renovations at the Monroe County Public Library may cost as much as half a million dollars more than first projected; Tonight, local residents will be given an opportunity to participate in a debate on marriage equality; The Monroe County Citizens Academy is taking applications for this year’s fall seminars; Hunters in Indiana can expect another productive …

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