Gov. Snyder: Talking To China Important Despite GOP Critics He's on his fifth trade trip to the nation, where he's making the case for Chinese companies to expand in Michigan. Can Representatives Courser, Gamrat Survive Sex Scandal? Politicos Think It’s Unlikely A preliminary report on the sex scandal by the House of Representatives found both misconduct and misuse of taxpayer resources by both reps.
Report: Whistleblower In Lawmaker Sex Scandal Outed As ‘Ashley Madison’ Subscriber Rubio: Michigan’s Pro-Business Climate A Role Model For Country Lawmakers Adjourn Until September Without Road-Funding Deal House Forms Panel To Investigate Embattled Lawmakers Todd Courser, Cindy Gamrat Lawmakers Resume Push For Michigan Road-Funding Plan Michigan House Votes To Void Old Crimes Like Accepting Duels, Cursing Residents With Solar Panels Protest Michigan Energy Measure House Aims For $1.2 Billion Road-Funding Deal This Week
Friend Of Drowned Southfield Fire Chief Admits He Was Intoxicated While Manning Boat William Jeffrey Jr. of Troy pleaded guilty during a Thursday arraignment to misdemeanor operating a vessel while intoxicated. Judge Rules On Evidence Allowed In Ex-Inkster Officer’s Assault Trial William Melendez was fired by the Inkster police department after the incident in which Floyd Dent is seen on video being pulled from his car and repeatedly punched.
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