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State’s Pursuit of Snyder Emails Could Pierce Officials’ Veil of Attorney-Client Privilege

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Why Won’t U-M Reveal What It Told Whitmer During Devastating First Lockdown?

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Detroit Schools Is ‘Deeply Using’ Critical Race Theory In Its Curriculum

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State Gives $2 Million For Battlefield Center Commemorating American Massacre

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Giving Taxpayer Dollars to Some Corporations A Lucrative Business For These Nonprofits

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Governor, Corporate Welfare Advocates Boast That Phantom Pfizer Plant Produced Vaccines

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Dem Leaders And ‘Trusted’ Fact-Check Sites Biased On Inaccurate Critical Race Theory Claim

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Democrat Claims Bill Banning Racialized Curriculum Cancels Race History Lessons - It Doesn't

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