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Steve Sanders, associate professor in law at IU, moderates a discussion Feb. 15, 2017, in the Maurer School of Law. Sanders received notice Sept. 29 that someone hired an Indianapolis law firm to file a public records request for his emails, according to a post made by Sanders.

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A worker sprays water into the basins to break up sediment that collects at the top at the Monroe Water Treatment Plant. An equipment malfunction occurred at the Monroe Water Treatment Plant that may cause some Bloomington residents to have a harmless pink tint to their water, according to a Saturday release.

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A piece of art is displayed in the Volunteers in Medicine office. The medical clinic is a viable option for people who don't have health insurance, including low-income families and undocumented immigrants.

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Justin Hughuy uses a heat gun to seal the bottles before they are boxed April 6, 2017, at Cardinal Spirits. The limited time Class of 2018 Vodka will be on sale for $25. 

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Justin Hughuy places seals over the corks on the bottles April 6, 2017, at Cardinal Spirits. The limited time Class of 2018 Vodka will be on sale for $25. 

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