Circle City News, episode 12: The Bills in Indiana?

The Bills in Indiana?

Happy Saturday Indiana! Welcome back to another episode of the Circle City News Podcast.Today we discuss Sharon Clark’s local charity, Aspire House, and their expansion of community centers via the redevelopment of historical buildings in local Indy.

We have an in-depth conversation about three separate bills that passed through in Indiana: House Bill 1041 that stigmatizes and outcast trans kids in schools and extracurriculars, Bill 1079 where lawmakers open conversation about the definition of consent and the age around it and finally, the Educational Bill which restricts education and schools being unable to provide services for mental health issues without parental consent. Keep moving forward Indiana, regression is the only thing to fear!

National: Andy Parker story- Virginia man running for Congress on gun safety issues. His daughter, Alison Parker, was shot on live TV reporting the news.

A moment of silence for our fellow peace activist, Vietnam’s Thich Nhat Hanh who passed away last week at the age of 95.

Thank you to all of you who strive for goodness and bring the light! See you next week Indie, ‘til then Thank you to our sponsor Attorney Mark Nicholson of the Law Office of Mark Nicholson for making this podcast possible. Listen or watch us on Youtube, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, and other places that play fine podcasts. Or visit our blog at CircleCityNews.org.

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