Law's ‘Immediate Danger’ Justifies Ongoing Emergency, But Not Cancelling Casinos Or Football

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Cancel The Illegal 'Historic Abolitionist' Strike: UM Grad Employees Return To Work

Demands included 'cut all ties with police' - and letting grad student instructors work from home Read more

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Michigan's Big Ten Campuses Deemed High Risk For COVID-19 Yet Football Continues

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 Whitmer's Football Flip-Flops Look Like Politics Not 'Science'

Initially against it, governor reversed course after presidential politics entered the mix Read more

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Recipe For School Budget Trouble: Enrollment Down, Teaching Staff Up, Pension Expense Rising

Bay City officials use the old ‘state funding cuts’ excuse — but their funding went up, not down Read more

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State Takes On First $800 Million In New Road Repair Debt

First installment on $3.5 billion of 'bonding' will cost taxpayers $565 million in interest Read more

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COVID-19 Hospitalization Cases Now 2,100 Less Than On April 30

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Official Michigan Regional Virus Risk Map Out Of Date 

‘Map colors reflect official risk levels...’ - not anymore Read more

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District Alleges Teacher Shortage, Fires Pro-Trump Teacher Over ‘Liberals Suck’ Tweet

Teacher was twice rated ‘highly effective’ by district Read more

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Left-Wing Group Funneling Money To Lansing Voter Outreach, Triggers Election Law Complaint

‘Targeting a demographic to increase turnout’ is flip side of targeting ‘to suppress the vote’ Read more

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