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Republican gubernatorial nominee Bill Schuette chooses Kent. Co. Clerk Lisa Posthumus Lyons as his Lieutenant Governor running mate, and Democratic nominee Gretchen Whitmer prepares to make her choice for Lt. Guv known shortly. Will these two picks make any difference in the Nov. 6 election?
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Research Development and Grant Writing News, Volume 8, Issue 12, August 15, 2018, is now available for the MSU community to review.
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The state plans to close Ojibway Correctional Facility in Gogebic County this December, the Michigan Department of Corrections (DOC) announced today.
The budget signed into law for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 called for a mid-year prison closure to be determined by the DOC, as prison population numbers continue to decline across the state.
WILL TLAIB'S FIRST TERM IN CONGRESS BE HER LAST?
Rashida Tlaib's forthcoming term as the first female Muslim ever to serve in the U.S. Congress may end after two years if ...
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Should President Donald Trump come to Michigan to help energize support for Republican gubernatorial nominee Bill Schuette? Virg Bernero, former Lansing Mayor and 2010 Democratic gubernatorial nominee, says, "Yes." As a Democrat he wants Trump in Michigan as often as possible to drive independent-leaning voters to Democrat Gretchen Whitmer.