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Valparaiso Concerned over Anti-Bully Law

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Valparaiso Schools are concerned the new anti-bullying law may be more than they can handle.

State and local groups are struggling with what to do about the rising number of homeless veterans in the state.

Yesterday they began the investigation into what caused the anomaly that buried a 6 year old in the sand at Mount Baldy a month ago – One geologist says she has never seen anything like this.

One Notre Dame  professor was among a group of 99 economists who signed a letter calling on Congress to raise the minimum wage.

Guests:

Marty Wolfson economist Labor Studies program at Notre Dame

Valparaiso Superintendent Mike Burta

Lori Dimick, Community Services Director, The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority

Sharron Liggins, consulting executive director for the Continuum of Care Network, which runs the annual Point in Time Homeless Count in Lake County.

Francisco Arcaute, spokesman for Region 5 EPA.

Dr. Erin P Argyilan (Are-GY-Lan), Indiana University Northwest Dept. of Geosciences.

 

 

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