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Michigan Lawmaker Wants To Set Up Non-Profit Breast Milk Bank

Got milk? For those who don’t, one state rep. has introduced legislation that could help.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/26/2015

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Michigan House Approves Bill Prohibiting Drones For Hunting

Michigan’s House has approved two bills that would prohibit the use of drones by hunters and those seeking to interfere with hunting.


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Educators Reject Proposed Bill That Would Ban Open-Carry, Allow Concealed Guns In Michigan Schools

The education community is not enamored with a proposed “compromise” on guns in Michigan schools.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/23/2015

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Senate OKs Bill Allowing Sweets Back In School Bake Sales

Brownies and doughnuts could be back in school bake sales under a measure the state Senate approved Thursday.


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Michigan House Approves Religious-Objection Adoption Bills

The Republican-led state House has approved bills that would let faith-based adoption agencies refuse to participate in adoptions that violate their religious beliefs.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/18/2015

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Michigan Bill Would Allow Evictions By Email, Facebook

Legislation up for vote would let landlords email eviction notices to tenants or notify them via social media.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/18/2015

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Michigan Democrats Introduce Government Transparency Bills

Democrats said Tuesday their bills would require personal financial disclosure for elected officials and the governor’s office

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/17/2015

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Michigan House Committee Moves Bill To Legalize Ticket Scalping

Should fans who own ticket be able to sell them — even at a big profit?

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/17/2015

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Competing Bills Aim To Regulate Michigan Police Body Cameras

One bill would require local police to use body cameras, and another would prohibit the release of certain video.


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Should Michigan Drop Its Film Industry Incentive Program? Senate Considers Bill

Some in the film industry are sounding off after the Michigan House of Representatives voted to drop the state’s $50 million a year incentive program.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/12/2015