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Mike Bloomberg Storms Super Tuesday States, Pledging To 'Get It Done'

Seven events, three states, two days. Mike Bloomberg has wrapped up a barnstorming trip to capitalize on an unsettled Democratic presidential race. Polls show the billionaire former New York City mayor gaining traction , as onetime front-runner Joe Biden has struggled after very disappointing finishes in the first two contests. Bernie Sanders won in New Hampshire, with Pete Buttigieg in second. The two essentially tied in Iowa. But Bloomberg is skipping all of the early states and banking...

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Regionally Speaking With Chris Nolte

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Regionally Speaking, Thursday, February 13, 2020

Today: For this "Reporters' Roundtable" program we ask "Times" reporters Dan Carden and Joseph Pete and "Post-Tribune" reporter Carole Carlson to talk about their latest stories in print and online. Carole has the latest (as of Thursday morning) on the Gary Roosevelt building situation, as decided by the Distressed Unit Appeals Board. Dan reviews local politics, including Lake County Recorder Michael B. Brown and candidates who've withdrawn from the May 5th primary election ballot, as well as stories from the Statehouse. Joe Pete has business news for us, including another hazardous waste investigation in East Chicago, and an interesting story about his brother Tom. Chuck Garber with Valparaiso University also joins us with details on Saturday's annual "Polar Plunge" benefit for Special Olympics Indiana, happening on campus.

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