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For Some Small Business Owners, Shut Down May Mean Forever

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A Michigan Law Rations The Number Of Hospital Beds

Hospital execs love it, but it doesn't help patients and probably conflicts with anti-trust law Read more

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Bill Would Let Townships Impose Property Tax Hikes For Broadband Projects

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Ban on Fossil Fuel Drilling in Michigan Could Be on the Ballot in 2020

Anti-oil and gas group missed two deadlines but wins in court Read more

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Michigan Unemployment Claims Almost Triple Previous High

From 5,338 per week to 311k; restaurants that once employed 292k mostly shut down Read more

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Nessel: Offering Unavailable Masks At $2.39 Legal; Offering Them At $9.95 A Crime

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State of Michigan Bans Day Care Providers From Giving Young Children Timeouts

‘This is not about children; it’s about increasing government control’ Read more

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Feds Permit Malaria Drugs For Coronavirus Patients, State Has Not Rescinded Threat Of Sanctions

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Never Mind Lockdown, Dentists Shut Down By Demand For Masks

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Michigan Licensing Bureau Vs. Dr. Fauci On Off-Label Coronavirus Treatment

Fauci tells MDs, 'Yeah, of course' - prescribe it; state agency threatens their license if they do Read more

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