Group Initiates Bill To Repeal Michigan Prevailing Wage Law "It's time to eliminate this outdated law that unfairly increases the cost of taxpayer-funded construction projects across the state." Electronic Eviction Notices Allowed Under New Michigan Law Michigan landlords could send eviction notices to tenants through email or social media under legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Macomb Bar To Discuss Local Ties To The Fall Of McCarthyism Snyder, Lawmakers Reach Deal On Budget Framework Michigan Senate OKs E-Cigarette Ban For Minors After Veto Michigan Senate To OK Teacher Evaluation Changes Michigan Senate Again Looks To Ban E-Cigarettes For Minors Bill Considered In Michigan House Would Help Protect Pets From Domestic Abusers Feds To Be Banned From Supplying Local Police With Military-Style Weapons, Other Equipment Hundreds Gather To Remember Michigan Native Killed In Train Derailment
World Trade Center Beam, ‘Rudy’ Featured In St. Clair Shroes Memorial Day Parade The 63rd St. Clair Shores Memorial Day Parade will feature veterans, military vehicles, school groups, a beam from the World Trade Center and “Rudy” Ruettiger. New York Times: ‘Criminal Wrongdoing’ Found In GM Investigation According to a report from The New York Times, Justice Department investigators determined there was criminal wrongdoing in General Motors’ failure to disclose a defect with certain ignition switches.
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