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June 29, 2018 - 4:49:00 am (America/Detroit)
Blog: Red Tape   Categories: History

On June 29, 1978, Michigan's new fireworks law, which banned fireworks bigger than paper caps and sparklers, was slated to take effect during the coming weekend. The law included a 24-hour grace period that allows people to turn over to police any leftover fireworks they might have hanging around.

Skyrockets, bottle rockets, Roman candles and Saturn launchers are out. Smoking snakes, smoke bombs and cone fountains were still in. The law, signed by Gov. Bill Millkin, created a 90-day, $100 penalty for possession.

Source: Detroit Free Press



June 29, 2018 - 4:48:00 am (America/Detroit)
Blog: Red Tape   Categories: History

On June 29, 1928, the Michigan Conservation Department and Department of Health launched a joint program of pollution control, the state's first concerted attempt at eliminating human and industrial waste in Michigan's lakes and streams. The two departments combined because, under the laws at the time, the conservation department had more power to protect fish from contamination than the health department had to protect people.

Source: Mich-again's Day



June 29, 2018 - 4:25:00 am (America/Detroit)
Blog: Red Tape   Categories: History

Elizabeth (Bessie) Jane Eaglesfield was born June 29, 1853, in Clay county, Indiana. She was educated in the high school at Terre Haute, Ind., and would go on to win multiple degrees from the University of Michigan, including a law degree in 1878, makiing her the first female graduate from that program.



June 29, 2018 - 4:05:00 am (America/Detroit)
Blog: Red Tape   Categories: History

Bishop Frederic Baraga, three-quarter length portrait, facing three-quarters to right, seated, in clerical robes, holding his Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language, courtesy of wikipedia

Bishop Frederic Baraga was born on June 29, 1797 in the castle of Mala vas in the Northwestern part of Slovenia, and for over half of the 71 years of his life Baraga covered a vast territory of over 80,000 square miles in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Canada.



June 28, 2018 - 11:06:00 pm (America/Detroit)
Blog: Red Tape   Categories: Gongwer

Republicans: Schuette Hits Dems; Calley, Rest Hit Schuette

In the final Republican gubernatorial debate before the August 7 primary, Attorney General Bill Schuette took every chance he could to slam Democrats and candidate Gretchen Whitmer, while Lt. Governor Brian Calley, Sen. Pat Colbeck and Dr. Jim Hines spent much of the time challenging Mr. Schuette.

Union Pulls Endorsement For Bellino Over Prevailing Wage



June 28, 2018 - 3:07:00 pm (America/Detroit)
Blog: Map Library   Categories: Events

Bob and his crew are actively moving the MSU map collection to the 2nd floor of the East Wing.  We anticipate the move completing in mid-August in time for Fall 2018 semester.  We plan to stay open during the move, just let us know what you want to find and we will track it down!



June 28, 2018 - 8:31:00 am (America/Detroit)
Blog: Grants   Categories: GrantStation Insider

National Funding
Opportunities Throughout the U.S.



June 28, 2018 - 8:20:00 am (America/Detroit)
Blog: Red Tape   Categories: Children & Youth

The Annie E.



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