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WASHINGTON – The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) announced today that Indiana Legal Services will receive a $25,000 Technology Initiative Grant to enhance online resources for individuals seeking civil legal assistance.
U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN) introduced a new bipartisan proposal in the U.S. House of Representatives that would support the empowerment, economic security and educational opportunities for adolescent girls around the world.
The Legal Services Corporation’s Opioid Task Force is coming to Indianapolis for its first field hearing, which will include an examination of Indiana’s statewide response to the opioid crisis.
Hamilton County leaders, including U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks, recently celebrated the completion of one of the state’s largest solar panel projects.
In their travels around the world, Reps.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is working to determine the best method of crafting a 10-year global health security vision to protect national interests, according to a recent CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security meeting.
Young Republicans of Indiana organized a prescription drug take-back event Oct. 3. From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Zionsville Police Dept. were stationed in the parking lot at Jennings Field next to Zionsville Community High School, accepting unused pharmaceutical drugs from persons age 18 and over.
Homeless and needy veterans were welcomed into the YMCA on Friday for the annual Veterans Stand Down.
A stand down is modeled after periods of rest during the Vietnam War between combat operations. Now, stand downs are organized across the country to provide wrap-around services for former soldiers currently in need.
Seventeen years ago, on 9/11, nearly 3,000 Americans lost their lives as a result of three unforgettable terrorist attacks on American soil. But it is commonly overlooked that more than 6,000 other people were injured, many of them first responders.
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