Stricter Drunken Boating Laws Take Effect This Spring The drunken boating laws are among several signed in recent months that will launch new programs or have other implications for Michigan residents. Fund For Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Hints At Presidential Run People close to Snyder have formed a fund allowing him to travel the country and tell of the state's rebound under his watch, raising the prospect of a potential Republican presidential bid.
Gov. Snyder Rocks Pancakes And Politics With Talk Of Road Woes, Prop 1 Highland Park Residents Upset Over Proposal Which Could Add Thousands To Water Bills Program Aims To Make Home Financing More Accessible In Detroit Southfield City Council President Announces Entry Into Race For Mayor Michigan House Votes To Eliminate February Elections Stabenow, Peters Oppose Canadian Plan To Bury Nuclear Waste Near Lake Huron Detroit Taxpayers Could Be Given Option To Support City Retirees Got A Question For Gov. Rick Snyder? Here’s Your Chance To Weigh In
A. Alfred Taubman Praised As Generous Man Who Enriched Detroit Area Praise is pouring in for shopping center billionaire A. Alfred Taubman, who died Friday at age 91 at his Bloomfield Hills home. Sen. Gary Peters Gives Graduation Speech At Alma College Peters, who was elected in November, was the commencement speaker Saturday at the small college in central Michigan. He graduated from Alma from 1980, and his father also graduated from the school in 1938.
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