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AN EXCHANGE OF LETTERS: THE STEM CELL ISSUE
A quiet, but respectful difference surfaced between Governor Rick Snyder and Attorney General Bill Schuette over the last two months, and while it seems the issue is essentially resolved, it marked a worry Mr. Schuette's office had with how the governor saw the powers of the attorney general.
G.O.P. DEBATES CAUCUS VS. CLOSED PRIMARY
Republicans are moving toward holding a closed primary to determine how the state will award its presidential nominating delegates for the Republican National Convention, but some elements of the party are pushing instead for a caucus.
HOUSE TO WORK THIS SUMMER ON MEDICAL CLAIMS TAX
The largest unresolved puzzle piece of the 2011-12 budget - the 1 percent tax on all health insurance claims - will see some House committee work over the summer, Appropriations chair Rep. Chuck Moss said Tuesday.
M.E.A. ALL-IN ON HOUSE, SNYDER RECALLS
The Michigan Education Association has decided to get off the fence and start officially participating in efforts to recall the governor and House members.
BOOHER, GREEN RECALL PETITIONS OK'D
The number of recall petitions approved for clarity grew to 12 Tuesday as election commissions gave the green light to those against Sen. Darwin Booher and Sen. Mike Green.
CREAGH ANNOUNCES NEW LEADERSHIP
Agriculture and Rural Development Director Keith Creagh announced four new division directors Tuesday.
HIGHWAY DEATH TOLL DOWN DURING WEEKEND
Preliminary results show that just four people were killed in traffic accidents in Michigan during the Independence Day holiday weekend, the Michigan State Police said Tuesday.
CRIMINAL DEFENSE RESOURCE CENTER APPOINTS NEW MANAGER
The State Appellate Defender Office announced Tuesday that Marla McCowan is the new manager of the Criminal Defense Resource Center.
Source : Gongwer News Service : Michigan Report, Volume #50, Report 130, July 5, 2011. Full access requires a subscription or a visit to a subscribing library such as the Michigan State University Main Library.
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