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Friday, June 2, 2023

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A Wisconsin group criticizes two of its members of Congress, a new report says the Phoenix area cannot meet its groundwater demands, and Nevada's sporting community sends its priorities to the governor.

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The Senate aims to get the debt limit spending bill to President Biden's desk quickly, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis makes a campaign stop in Iowa, and a new survey finds most straight adults support LGBTQ+ rights.

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Oregon may expand food stamp eligibility to some undocumented households, rural areas have a new method of accessing money for roads and bridges, and Tennessee's new online tool helps keep track of cemetery locations.

Terri Dee


Terri Dee has worn many hats in her nearly 30-year career in radio, tv, and print as a news reporter and anchor for Emmis Communications, technical and creative producer, on-air personality, reporter, anchor, news director, and talk show host for Urban One ("The Chat Room" and "Community Connection") and local news anchor ("All Things Considered") on NPR-member station WFYI-FM in Indianapolis. While building her broadcasting career, Terri obtained her MBA degree and has received numerous community service awards for her work in addressing illiteracy, and helping troubled youth make better choices.

Topic Expertise: Racial equity, small business, personal finance, education, healthcare, economic empowerment, and entrepreneurship.


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Indiana School Tailors Program for College Students with Autism

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IN Small Businesses Thrive Despite Challenges

Starting a business is fraught with decisions ranging from defining the type of business to start, choosing whether to be a home-based, online…

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IN Camp Pairs Children with Differences and Similarities

Summer day camps are a welcome break for kids and parents when the school year ends. One camp wants to make activities such as craft making, …

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IN Minority Health Coalition Works to Lower Infant Mortality Rates

Indiana ranks eighth in the country for stillbirth and infant mortality numbers, as many counties lack access to obstetric care. One out of every 16…

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IN Group to Create Strategic Plan to Prevent Domestic Abuse

A grant has been awarded to a Central Indiana group to increase awareness about domestic violence and its traumatic effect on survivors. Indiana …

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Prioridad de limpieza primaveral: Prevenir envenenamiento accidental en hogar

Es la época del año en que las personas comienzan a pensar en la limpieza de primavera y el cuidado del césped, lo que también …

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Spring Cleaning Priority: Prevent Accidental Poisoning at Home

It's the time of year when people start thinking about spring cleaning and lawn care - which also means more exposure to health risks from products th…

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Pro, Con Gun Groups Assess NRA's Indy Convention

The annual National Rifle Association convention in Indianapolis wrapped up Sunday. Those in support of -- and against -- increased gun rights were …

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IN Parents Urged to 'Act Early' to Help Detect Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month, and Indiana has made early detection a priority. According to the Indiana Resource Center for Autism at Indiana …

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