Snyder Fires Former Head Of DEQ Drinking Water Unit “Putting the well-being of Michiganders first needs to be the top priority for all state employees,” the governor said. Snyder Defends Office’s Handling Of Legionnaires’ In Flint The governor is defending how his office responded to an email flagging a potential link between a surge in Legionnaires' disease and Flint's water.
U.S. Senate Dems Block Energy Bill In Impasse Over Flint Michigan Senate OKs $30 Million To Partially Cover Flint Water Bills Michigan Committee To Begin Reviewing Detroit Schools Plan Clinton, Sanders Add Flint As Host City For Democratic Debate House Committee OKs Bill Clarifying Ballot Proposal Law Snyder OKs Bills To Link Emergency Contact Info With IDs Ted Cruz Wins In Iowa’s Republican Caucuses WSU Political Scientist: Trump Taps Into Anger, Angry People Tend To Vote
Feds Want 3-Year Prison Sentence For Notorious Impostor Federal prosecutors are recommending three years in prison for a Detroit-area impostor who inspired an award-winning film about being someone else. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan To Give Second State Of City Address Duggan's speaking points were not revealed, but last year he told residents that fixing Detroit's beleaguered neighborhoods were at the top of his list.
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