Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday outlined her policy priorities for the rest of the year, highlighting public health, clean energy, economic health and democracy in her “What’s Next” address prior to the Legislature returning from summer break.
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With popular artists like Beyoncé and Taylor Swift touring Michigan this summer, the American Heart Association is reminding people that some of their favorite songs are for more than singing along.
According to the Michigan attorney general’s investigation, the group of Republicans sent false documents to the U.S. Capitol, claiming to be “the duly elected and qualified Electors” for Michigan, cast the state’s 16 electoral votes for Trump and then Vice President Mike Pence.
State Rep. Ken Borton (R-Gaylord) and other Republican lawmakers sent a letter to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the chairs of the House and Senate Appropriations Committees on July 24, condemning cuts to the Pure Michigan campaign in the most recent state budget.
The largest gains were seen in health care (+63,000), social assistance (+24,000), financial activities (+19,000), construction (+19,000), and leisure and hospitality services (+17,000).
Clean energy and environmental activists gathered Tuesday at a webinar to break down a recent settlement changing how DTE Energy will operate over the next 20 years.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, for example, advocated for repealing it in her 2018 campaign, and her press secretary said Whitmer will “work closely with the legislature if they take up legislation reforming the state’s emergency manager law.”
Michigan residents are being warned to be prepared for another season of harmful algal blooms in the Great Lakes.