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The manager at Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center who sent an email mocking veteran suicides, had her social work license temporarily suspended today.
The Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Board today suspended the license of Robin Paul for 90 days pending the outcome of an ongoing investigation by the Indiana Attorney General’s Office.
Last week, representatives of a newly formed group called the Grissom Regional Defense Alliance traveled to Washington, D.C., with a simple message for elected officials and other government bigwigs: Grissom is primed, pumped and ready to grow.
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski visited Beer Dairy Inc. south of Milford during a district-wide agriculture tour, the third of her tenure in Washington. The tour was this afternoon.
During the 45-minute stop, Walorski conducted a walking tour of the facilities and met with the farm’s owners and other interested constituents.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. State Department and a grassroots organization run by former operatives from President Obama’s campaigns has come under scrutiny as reports broke Saturday accusing the non-profit group, OneVoice Movement, of using taxpayer funded grants to influence Israeli elections with the intent of ousting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Women are still the minority in U.S. Congress, but Rep. Jackie Walorski said they share a bond that supersedes politics and loudens their voices.
“There’s something about what we have in common as women,” the Republican from South Bend said in a telephone interview Friday, March 6. “Women can get things done. There really is a bond in gender.”
LA PORTE — Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, IN-District 2, a member of the House Committee on Agriculture, continued her tour of Indiana agriculture Wednesday morning by visiting Clay Hill Ranch in La Porte.
WINAMAC - In recognition of Indiana’s Agriculture Appreciation Month, Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02), member of the House Agriculture Committee, stopped in Pulaski County Tuesday as part of her district-wide agriculture tour.
During a visit to Black Gold Farms, Walorski toured the facility and met with agriculture experts.
The manager at Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center who mocked veteran suicides in an email is now in hot water with the state board that licenses social workers.
The Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board has filed a complaint against Robin Paul, the licensed clinical social worker who managed the hospital's transitional care clinic for returning veterans.