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Whitmer Praises Or Condemns Social Distancing Violators Depending On Who And Why

It looks political Read more

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Politicians’ Extreme Social Distancing Rhetoric Just Party Deep?

Hyperbolic warnings growing thin in light of increasing experience with epidemic Read more

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As Coronavirus Case Numbers Soar, Deaths Plummet

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State-Approved Bailout For Delinquent Renters Feeds Other Interests, Too

$50 million for tenants and landlords, $10 million for administration, legal aid groups and social welfare nonprofits Read more

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Bill Would Repeal State Prohibition Of Local Bans On Grocery Bags

Cities could also ban or tax cloth, paper, plastic, cardboard, aluminum, glass or other ‘auxiliary containers’ Read more

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Whitmer Permits Fans At High School Sports While Tigers Play To Empty Stadium?

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Hazel Park Superintendent Talks Years Of Cuts, But Per-Pupil Funding Up

District’s inflation-adjusted state funding higher per student since 2011 Read more

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Revisit Spending Priorities

Lawmakers won't have as much revenue to spend this year Read more

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Coronavirus Deaths Plummeted Since Stay-At-Home Order Lifted June 1

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From A 1776 Philadelphia Hall To A 2020 Michigan Courtroom, This Tussle Goes On

Not just a textbook subject, separation of powers matters to these real Michigan lives and livelihoods Read more

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