Clean Water ‘Has To Be A National Priority’ Says Clinton During Stop In Flint The former First Lady and Secretary of State's campaign handlers say she'll use the trip to urge the Senate to approve the Democrats' $600 million amendment to help fix the water crisis. Some Advocates Leery Of Michigan’s Domestic Abuse Gun Laws Victims' rights advocates say Michigan lags behind some other states when it comes to laws meant to keep guns from domestic abusers.
Federal Judge Issues Temporary Freeze On New Election Law Snyder Fires Former Head Of DEQ Drinking Water Unit Snyder Defends Office’s Handling Of Legionnaires’ In Flint 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
Man Ejected From Car During Rollover Accident On I-94 Michigan State Police tell WWJ that a single car accident has left one man hospitalized after his car rolled over and he was ejected from the vehicle. Police Investigating After Inkster Man Shot In Street Police say the victim was shot outside in the street, and was taken to a local hospital with a gun shot wound to the abdomen.
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