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Sierra Club — “National Consumer, Environmental Groups Urge Indiana Lawmakers To Reject Coal Bailout Bill”
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Sierra Club — “National Consumer, Environmental Groups Urge Indiana Lawmakers To Reject Coal Bailout Bill”

“This bill is nothing but a giveaway to the coal industry,” said Wendy Bredhold, senior campaign representative for the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign in Indiana. “Legislators should be focused on how to support communities impacted by coal plant retirements instead of trying to slow the transition to clean energy at the expense of all Hoosiers.”

Overdose Lifeline — “Exhibit on substance abuse opens Saturday at Indiana State Museum”
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Overdose Lifeline — “Exhibit on substance abuse opens Saturday at Indiana State Museum”

An exhibit dedicated to educating people on the drug epidemic in Indiana will open to the public Saturday at the Indiana State Museum.

VIPS — “IndyStar dedicates Season for Sharing campaign to Matthew L. Tully Memorial Fund
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VIPS — “IndyStar dedicates Season for Sharing campaign to Matthew L. Tully Memorial Fund

The Matthew L. Tully Memorial Fund was created to support educational opportunities for underprivileged youth, particularly in early childhood education.

Earth Charter — “Students learn to have voice on climate”
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Earth Charter — “Students learn to have voice on climate”

A discussion session was conducted for high school students attending the fourth annual Climate Leadership Summit hosted in September by Earth Charter Indiana. Students as well as city officials and planners attended the day-long seminar.

Overdose Lifeline — “Purdue researchers develop device that could automatically stop opioid overdoses”
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Overdose Lifeline — “Purdue researchers develop device that could automatically stop opioid overdoses”

Advocates, like Justin Philips, the executive director of Overdose Lifeline, says a tool like this could be a game changer once in production.

CHIP — “Homelessness Count Shows Slight Decrease, But Problem Persists”
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CHIP — “Homelessness Count Shows Slight Decrease, But Problem Persists”

On Thursday, May 23, the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention released the results of the yearly study, which was conducted the night of Wednesday, Jan. 30.

IIC — “Police-oriented Bible now available for IMPD officers”
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IIC — “Police-oriented Bible now available for IMPD officers”

The American Bible Society introduced the Bible at a luncheon hosted by IMPD’s chaplains at the Indiana Interchurch Center.

Overdose Lifeline — “Group fighting opioid epidemic hoping to build recovery home”
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Overdose Lifeline — “Group fighting opioid epidemic hoping to build recovery home”

Clients to the new Overdose Lifeline recovery residence would receive constant structure and treatment, including mental health and addiction support, individual and group therapy, case management, goal planning, and employment and education assistance.

CIC & MAI — “Faith traditions come together for ‘Solidarity Vigil and Interfaith Prayer’ in response to Sri Lanka bombings”
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CIC & MAI — “Faith traditions come together for ‘Solidarity Vigil and Interfaith Prayer’ in response to Sri Lanka bombings”

The “Solidarity Vigil and Interfaith Prayer” event, co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis-based Center for Interfaith Cooperation and the Muslim Alliance of Indiana, drew leaders in the city of the Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish and Muslim communities.

CIC — “April, 2019 declared as National Sikh Heritage Month in Indiana”
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CIC — “April, 2019 declared as National Sikh Heritage Month in Indiana”

The Proclamation reads” The State of Indiana recognizes and acknowledges the holiest Sikh holiday Vaiskhi on April 14, 2019 as National Sikh Day and month of April as National Sikh Heritage Month.