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Michigan Senate OKs $5M sinkhole loan, allots Flint funds

The Michigan Senate has approved a $5 million state loan to help repair a sinkhole in suburban Detroit and has voted to allot $100 million in federal funding to address … Click to Continue »

How Ford Is Going To Invest That $1.2 Billion

Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) recently announced an investment worth $1.2 billion in three of its facilities in the state of Michigan. This announcement follows the $700 million investment in Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly plant in Michig...

Michigan Senate told to preserve senator's storage for probe

Federal authorities intend to search the government-provided storage area of a Michigan lawmaker whose home and office were searched this week as part of an FBI and state police investigation. … Click to Continue »

McDonald's All American diary: Michigan State signee Jaren Jackson Jr.

McDonald's All American diary: Michigan State signee Jaren Jackson Jr.        

Michigan to replace thousands of Flint water lines in settlement

A judge approved a settlement with the state of Michigan today that will come as welcome news to thousands of residents: at least 18,000 homes in Flint will have their toxic water pipes replaced over the next three years. The state has committed $87 million to identify and replace any service lines containing lead or galvanized steel by 2020.[...]

Michigan Senate poised to approve job-creation tax breaks

Michigan would provide tax incentives for large-scale business expansions under legislation up for a vote in the Senate. The state has moved away from such tax breaks under Gov. Rick … Click to Continue »

Michigan will require reports of deaths of pregnant women

A new Michigan law requires doctors or hospitals to report deaths of women during pregnancy or within one year of pregnancy. The requirement starts April 6. The state has been … Click to Continue »

Thousands of water lines to be replaced in Flint settlement

(Reuters) - The state of Michigan will replace water lines serving at least 18,000 homes in Flint over the next three years under a settlement approved by a U.S. judge to address a 2015 crisis that exposed residents to lead in their drinking water.

MSU, Shedd Aquarium partnering to create healthier aquatic homes

(Michigan State University) Viruses are the most abundant living organisms on the planet, yet we know very little about them, especially in aquatic environments. Michigan State University's Joan Rose is partnering with Shedd Aquarium in Chicago to better understand how viruses affect plants, fish and aquatic mammals in human-built and controlled aquariums.

Scientist pioneers technology new to MSU, maps giant virus

(Michigan State University) In a laboratory at Michigan State University, scientists took a DIY approach to build a retrofitted cryo-electron microscope that allowed them to map a giant Samba virus -- one of the world's largest viru...

Thousands of water lines to be replaced in Flint settlement

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday approved a settlement requiring state officials to replace water lines serving at least 18,000 homes in Flint, Michigan over the next three years to address a crisis that exposed residents to lead in their drinking water. Under the settlement approved by U.S....

Michigan Allots $87 Million to Replace Flint’s Tainted Water Pipes

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The proposed deal would settle a lawsuit that blamed city and state officials for failing to protect residents from drinking lead-tainted water for more than a year.

A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials

Detroit News. March 23, 2017 Roll back needless licensing rules Occupational licensing laws in Michigan reduce jobs, hurt low-income workers, increase crime, inflate consumer prices and waste millions of state … Click to Continue »

Jim Harbaugh explains why he spoke out against Donald Trump’s budget

The Michigan coach says he’s voicing a bipartisan opinion as a regular American. Donald Trump's first proposed United States government budget included a suggestion to eliminate the Legal Services Corporation, a public nonprofit that...Show More Summary

Michigan sees huge spike in Hepatitis A; vaccinations urged

An eight-fold increase of Hepatitis A cases in Michigan in recent months has state officials encouraging people to get vaccinated against the sometimes foodborne illness. Most children receive Hepatitis A vaccinations during infancy now, but many adults have not been vaccinated. The vaccine is given in two injections a few months apart. Hepatitis A outbreaks... Continue Reading

PROTEST PUSHBACK: Republican lawmakers in at least 18 states have proposed a spate of bills, includ…

PROTEST PUSHBACK: Republican lawmakers in at least 18 states have proposed a spate of bills, including ones to make blocking streets a felony in North Carolina, to allow businesses to sue people protesting them in Michigan, and to force Minnesota protesters pay the costs of policing.

Weekend 2 Cents: The Fourth Kid -- Apollo Astronaut Says Aliens Have Not Visited Earth -- Denise Stoner...Experiencer / Abduction Researcher on Arcane Radio

The Fourth KidCole in South Bend, Indiana called in to tell of his weird ghost encounter:“This is something that happened to me a couple of months ago...close to a year ago now. The Michigan state line isn't too far from where I live. Show More Summary

Congresswoman unloads on Trumpcare: Don’t make Americans choose ‘between bankruptcy and death’

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The House came together on Friday to debate and vote on the GOP’s American Health Care Act as a replacement for the Affordable Care Act. Michigan State Rep. Debbie Dingell (D) presented a scathing attack of the Republican healthcare bill, noting it “will take us back in our...

Boy without arms or legs tests robotic arm

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Zeke Holmes, 12, was born without arms or legs. Michigan State engineering students hope to design a prosthetic that gives him more independ...        

Snyder and lawmakers looking to combat opioid epidemic

Gov. Rick Snyder and a bipartisan group of lawmakers are introducing legislation to combat opioid abuse in Michigan. Snyder said Thursday that the state has a huge problem with the … Click to Continue »

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