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    When Government's Social Media Goes Awry

    Editor's note: This is Part 2 of a WGLT series on government's use of social media. Part 1 was about how government and public safety agencies are using social media .

  • Posted on 26 Jun 2019

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    GLT Sound Ideas 6/26/19

    Art by adolescents and an exhibit curated by adolescents gives you unexpected depths. 17 year old Jordan Davis says he is surprised at the darkness in some of the children's works in the exhibit at the ISU galleries. Laura Kennedy has more. Plus Eric Stock reports on how municipalities use social media. We have the view from France; a 16 year old French High School student reflects on U.S. Culture and community. And Mary Cullen runs down the economic indicators in Bloomington Normal by the numbers.

  • Posted on 26 Jun 2019

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    GLT's The Leadoff - Wednesday 6/26/19

    It's what you need to know to start your day for Wednesday, June 26, 2019. Our Leadoff story features central Illinois reaction to recreational marijuana being signed into law. Plus, Bloomington Mayor Tari Renner discusses the unusual political coalition that's lobbying for changes at Connect Transit.

  • Posted on 26 Jun 2019

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    McLean County Takes LGBTQ+ History Out Of The Closet

    The McLean County Museum of History is teaming up with the Prairie Pride Coalition to bring an untold piece of local history out of the closet.

  • Posted on 25 Jun 2019

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    GLT Sound Ideas 6/25/19

    The 1970s saw the dawn of the gay rights movement, even in Bloomington Normal. Dave Bentlin of the Prairie Pride Coalition says poet Allen Ginsburg even came to town. History comes out of the closet with GLT Reporter Mary Cullen. Plus, Correspondent Breanna Grow has a story of love at first sight, one sided love, at any rate. Persistence pays off in the end. This month is the 100th anniversary of Illinois women getting the right to vote. And Bloomington's Mayor stops by to talk sales taxes and connect transit.

  • Posted on 25 Jun 2019

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