September 21, 2016:

This week’s edition of All Things Wabash Valley includes Senator Dennis Kruse, Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb, and Rebecca Moore, the education specialist with the Council of Domestic Abuse, along with Brenda Simmons, the sexual assault victims advocate for CODA.

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Our hosts for “All Things Wabash Valley” are Greg Goode, Teresa Exline, and Phil Glende of Indiana State University.

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McCormick Lays Out Plan For Indiana Education
Jennifer McCormick, the GOP candidate for state superintendent of public instruction, released a detailed plan Wednesday on how she would manage education and attempt to influence state policy if she ousts incumbent Glenda Ritz in November.
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Indiana To Get Federal Funds For Drug Abuse Prevention
The $950,000 in grant funding comes from two programs, one anti-heroin and the other anti-methamphetamine.
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