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Right to Work Getty Images by Bill Pugliano
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MI Supreme Court To Hear Right To Work Case

The Michigan Supreme Court announced that they will hear oral arguments on the state’s controversial right-to-work law and determine if it applies to state employees this January.

Michigan Coalition of State Employee Unions brought the case to the Michigan Supreme Court

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Snow Brings New Safety Policy for CATA

The winter weather has prompted another change at CATA as it looks to continue to provide the best in safety and service.

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Governor Rick Snyder will take his fourth trip to China to solidify ties between Michigan and the country.
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Governor Rick Snyder will take his fourth trip to China to solidify ties between Michigan and the country. Photo: Getty Images
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Could China be the Answer for Detroit?

Governor Rick Snyder will take his fourth trade mission trip to China on Wednesday.  He will visit five cities including Shanghai and Beijing before he returns to Michigan on November 26.

The purpose of this mission is to bring jobs and tourists to Michigan

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Danita Delimon - Getty Images
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Michigan must change hunting!

I have been deer hunting since I was 14 years old. The very fist day I went hunting with my dad I killed a 6 point buck near Ithaca on a friends farm. The following year I killed a small 4 point. That was it both years- one and done

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Getty Images By: Chris Hondros
Getty Images By: Chris Hondros
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Poorly Performing Charter Schools: To Close Or Not To Close?

Michigan's State Superintendent of Public Instruction Michael Flanagan has made many threats to close poorly performing charter schools, but apparently he does not hold conventional public schools to the same accountability.

That is the

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Pictured above are Executive Producer Amanda Wall and her younger brother Bronson.  He was born almost 3 months premature.  This picture is tinted purple to raise awareness to premature births.
Photo: Amanda Wall
Pictured above are Executive Producer Amanda Wall and her younger brother Bronson. He was born almost 3 months premature. This picture is tinted purple to raise awareness to premature births. Photo: Amanda Wall
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Renaissance Center Lights Up Purple

Monday is Prematurity Awareness Day and the Detroit GM Renaissance Center is lighting up purple to raise awareness for this cause. Purple LED lights will shine on the building to symbolize hope for a healthy start for more babies

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GM Extends Compensation Deadline
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GM Extends Compensation Deadline

Under fire from some who say they were not given adequate notification of where to file a claim, the administrator of the General Motors ignition switch compensation program announced late Sunday, the deadline for filing for a claim would be extended.

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Bill Pugliano - Getty Images
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Michigan Gas Tax Hike Illegal?

I had the opportunity recently to review article 9 section 9 of the Michigan Constitution. It is focused on the use of gasoline taxes and more specifically how they are required to be used. If I am reading this right it says 90% must be spent on roads

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Sandy Huffaker - Getty Images
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Oregon warns Obama- illegals not welcome!

If you missed it during the mid-term elections a Democratic harbinger was loud and clear- unless you are tone deaf like President Barack Obama.

The liberal enlightened masses of Oregon rejected by more than 2-1 a measure recently signed by the extreme left wing Governor of that state allowing illegal aliens to get and use state issued drivers licenses

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Getty Images By: Tim Boyle
Getty Images By: Tim Boyle
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Michigan’s New Standardized School Test

Yesterday, Thursday Nov. 13, Michigan’s Department of Education stated that they have created a new online exam that is intended to replace the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) starting next spring

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