Bloomington Council Candidate Julie Imig says the city should allocate taxpayer dollars based on need so residents can enjoy the same quality of life. She also tells GLT's Ryan Denham older neighborhoods like those in her ward have lots of infrastructure needs. GLT continues its series of council candidate interviews. Plus, the jazzy soulful folk trio Sarah & the Underground has released its debut album. Jon Norton reports. And a healthcare lobbyist sees divided control of the house and senate as an opportunity to get things done, not necessarily a barrier to resolution of health policy issues. Ryan Denham has more.
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