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Nowthrough4/ 26 BUY3TIRES GET1 FREE * withinstallationpurchase 4661W. 6THLAWRENCE, KS785.830.90902735SWWANAMAKERTOPEKA, KS785.271.0194 SPECIALFINANCINGAVAILABLE^ ^ Seestorefordetails www. bigotires. com Mon- Fri7am- 6pmSat7am- 5pmSun9am- 4pm( inLawrence) J ournal - W orld LAWRENCE ® LJWorld. com 75 cents MONDAY • MARCH 30 • 2015 23 people injured in runway crash. 1B Sunny Today’s forecast, page 8A High: 71 Low: 42 Business 2A Classified 5C- 9C Comics 6A Deaths 2A Events listings 8A, 2C Horoscope 10C Opinion 7A Puzzles 10C Sports 1C- 4C Television 8A, 2C USA Today 1B- 7B INSIDE Vol. 157/ No. 89 36 pages Join us at Facebook. com/ LJWorld and Twitter. com/ LJWorld Kansas University is expanding its slate of gender- neutral restrooms with new options at the student fitness center. Page 3A ‘ All- gender’ facilities If you’re looking for a new way to differen tiate the candidates for Lawrence City Com mission, tonight provides another chance. All six candidates will be in attendance at the candidate forum on community health and wellness at 7 p. m. at the Law rence Public Library auditorium. The fo rum, sponsored by the Lawrence- Douglas County Health Department, the LiveWell Lawrence Coalition and WellCommons, will focus on questions related to public health, wellness and safety in Lawrence. The public is invited to attend. Spon sors will ask questions of the candidates, and there also will be an opportunity for community members in attendance to ask questions during a Q& A period. Look for coverage of the candidate forum in Tuesday’s Journal- World. — Michelle Tevis W ell C ommons Tonight: Your health and the election ‘ Religious freedom’ bill moves to House T opeka — A bill that would require colleg es and universities in Kansas to give official recognition and support to student religious groups that discriminate in their membership will get a hearing today in the House Federal and State Affairs Committee. Senate Bill 175, which passed the Senate earlier this month by a vote of 30- 8, is one of dozens of so- called religious freedom bills being debated in state legislatures nationwide this year, according to the American Civil Liberties Union. It would prohibit public colleges and uni versities from withholding support or rec ognition from student religious groups that By Peter Hancock Twitter: @ LJWpqhancock Committee will take up Kansas measure already approved by Senate LE GISLATURE Please see FREEDOM, page 2A LMH program would provide free legal help A good attorney may come in handy for those who also want to have good health. Lawrence Memorial Hospi tal leaders, at least, want to study the idea further. LMH board of trustee members have agreed to consider a poten tial partnership with the Kansas University law school that would allow low- income patients at the hos pital to have access to free legal pro fessionals who could help solve problems that may be affecting a pa tient’s health. “ It is another way of trying to help pa tients get healthy,” John Bullock, a member of the LMH board of trustees and a proponent of the program, said at a recent LMH board meeting. How an attorney can help resolve a medical is sue, though, may take a little explanation. Bullock gave the example of an asthma patient who is living in substandard housing. The housing conditions may be aggravating the asthma By Chad Lawhorn Twitter: @ clawhorn_ ljw HEAL TH Please see LMH, page 2A Mike Yoder/ Journal- World Photos BEN TERWILLIGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE EUDORA AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, left, and Benny Dean, vice president of the EAHS, have been involved for two years in creating the Eudora Community Museum at 720 Main St. in downtown Eudora. There will be a dedication and grand opening of the museum at 11 a. m. Saturday. The facade of the new Eudora Community Museum T he wooden floors had long since rotted away, leaving the walls of the building at 720 Main St. in Eudora to surround a sloping floor of clay and rock. But under the peeling plaster, the original brick and limestone walls were strong, and more importantly, volunteers saw them for what they were: a part of the town’s history. By Rochelle Valverde Twitter: @ RochelleVerde ‘ It’s not flashy, but it’s important’ Reborn building tells Eudora’s story Please see REBORN, page 2A Hay vs. straw Which is best for your lawn? Fix- It Chick, 5A

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