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Dan Goldblatt

Dan Goldblatt is the Multi-media Producer for WFIU/WTIU News. A graduate of Indiana University, he studied journalism and anthropology. He currently lives in Bloomington with his cat, June Carter.

Recent Posts by Dan Goldblatt

February 19, 2013


INDOT Begins Road Closures In Monroe County For I-69 Work

Carter Road will close just east of the Monroe/Greene county line. Cul-de-sacs will be constructed through construction where crossroads meet up with Carter Rd.

February 19, 2013


Emerald Ash Borer Infecting Indiana State University Trees

The bug was recently found on the ISU campus, but university officials say they have a plan combat the ash borer.

February 15, 2013


U.S. House Votes To Freeze Federal Wages

The bill passed almost exclusively along party lines, with only two Democrats crossing the aisle to vote for the pay freeze.

February 14, 2013


Future Of Rockport Coal Gasification Plant In Limbo

The Rockport plant would take coal and process it into various substances, including synthetic natural gas, which burns just like traditional natural gas.

February 13, 2013


Downtown Spencer Wine Room Passes Legal Hurdle

Members of Owen County’s Alcoholic Beverage Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend approval of the Owen Valley Winery’s downtown tasting room.

February 7, 2013


Businesses Ask Governor To Prioritize Technology, I-69

Bloomington business leaders meeting Thursday with Mike Pence say the governor should do more to include IT companies in his jobs plan.

February 6, 2013


Sunday Alcohol Sales Debate Heats Up At Statehouse

Advocates against Sunday sales say deregulation would hurt small liquor stores.

February 5, 2013


Law Schools Say Student Investment Worth It In Long Run

The nonprofit watchdog group Law School Transparency has been critical of law schools that advertise the potential success of graduates.

February 5, 2013


Bloomington Chamber Makes Its Own Parking Recommendations

The Chamber of Commerce does not condemn the idea of metering more spots downtown but says the city should move forward slowly with its parking plans.

January 24, 2013


Pence’s Tax Cut May Be Political Liability

One political science professor says studies have shown most governors do not benefit politically by cutting taxes.

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