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The Future Of The Affordable Care Act In A Supreme Court Without Ginsburg

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has raised the profile of a case that marks the latest existential threat to the Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the case the week after the general election in November. Democrats are raising alarms about the future of the law without Ginsburg. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, speaking on ABC's This Week Sunday morning, said that part of the strategy by President Trump and Senate Republicans to quickly fill...

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Civic Theatre's All-female Production of "1776" A Revolutionary Adventure

An all-female cast is presenting the musical 1776 to salute the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.

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More Than $60 Million Going To Indiana Schools For Teacher Training, Remote Learning

More than $61 million in federal funding from the CARES Act is making its way into Indiana schools to support remote learning needs.

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WBOI Presents: Insecure At CreativeMornings

For our show this week, we are listening to a presentation from Brittiane Jones, Monique Moss, and Paul Porter . They spoke on the topic of Insecure at CreativeMornings on June 26.

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A seven-county region of northwest Indiana was designated a “21st Century Talent Region” by the state. It’s the eighth region to be recognized for having local groups work together on a shared workforce development agenda. 

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The Environmental Protection Agency is facing a lawsuit for not setting limits for certain hazardous air pollutants at steel mills — like mercury and the cancer-causing chemical benzene.

DWD Puts In Request For Federal Unemployment Loan

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The Department of Workforce Development requested to borrow $300 million from the federal government to pay state unemployment insurance claims. Those receiving unemployment benefits will be paid as usual, but it could mean higher payroll taxes for businesses in the future.

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Indiana is one of 12 states with an obesity rate of at least 35 percent among adults, according to a new national report. 

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The federal government plans to increase the fees for asylum seekers and applicants for U.S. citizenship in early October. 

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Indiana Democrats are calling on U.S. Sens. Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) to wait to vote on a nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court until after the election.

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The State Board of Animal Health has recorded probable cases of Eastern equine encephalopathy in two horses in LaGrange County and one horse in Kosciusko County.

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The parking lot at Indiana University’s Memorial Stadium isn’t supposed to be empty this time of year. There’s no tailgating or smoke wafting from grills. No fans in red and white throwing footballs waiting for kick-off. Traditions like ‘The Walk’ will have to wait a few more weeks.

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has raised the profile of a case that marks the latest existential threat to the Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the case the week after the general election in November.

Democrats are raising alarms about the future of the law without Ginsburg. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, speaking on ABC's This Week Sunday morning, said that part of the strategy by President Trump and Senate Republicans to quickly fill Ginsburg's seat is to help undermine the ACA.

Lauren Chapman / IPB News

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 67 additional confirmed deaths over the last week, bringing the state’s total to 3,281. The state announced more than 111,000 total confirmed cases – including two days with more than 1,000 reported cases – and more than 1.3 million Hoosiers tested.

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