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Struggling Michigan military service members and veterans could be eligible for financial assistance.
“We do this without emphasis on politics or a specific religion,” the church says on its website.
The Michigan Senate has unanimously approved legislation that would allow veterans to get a special designation on driver’s licenses.
A state commission has rejected union appeals and upheld the privatization of about 150 nursing aide jobs at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans as part of a cost-cutting effort.
Plans are moving forward for a $3 million World War II memorial in metro Detroit, with bricks that will be part of the project going on display this month.
A Democratic lawmaker has introduced two joint resolutions that would provide any active-duty, reserve or honorary discharged service members with in-state tuition at Michigan state universities and community colleges.
Disabled military veterans can receive free hunting and fishing licenses on or after March 1 under a new state law.
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has announced her support to establish special identification cards for the state’s 670,000 military vets.
Gov. Rick Snyder has established a state office that will help Michigan’s military veterans get the federal benefits they’ve earned.