Flint Delegation Brings Water Crisis To DNC
Flint Mayor Karen Weaver, Senate Minority Leader Jim Ananich and U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee are bringing the story of the Flint water crisis to the Democratic National Convention this week, as Ms. Weaver addressed attendees Wednesday evening on the matter and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's has promised to make it better.
Dems Point To Community Involvement In 15th District Primary
For the fourth year in a row, 12 percent of the state's federal welfare grant will bankroll state tuition assistance programs -- some of which are not need-based.
Of the $810 million the state will receive in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), nearly $100 million will fund college scholarships handed out by the state's Treasury Department, according to a report compiled by the Senate Fiscal Agency (SFA). House Democrats say its time to start replacing those federal funds with state dollars.
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The Michigan Department of Transportation is doing a better job in making sure highway contractors comply with warranties requiring them to pay to fix roads that break up or develop other problems soon after they are built, Michigan’s auditor general said in a report released Wednesday.
On July 27, 1934, the newly created state Old Age Assistance Bureau mailed the first ever old-age pension checks, ranging from $5 to $12, to 100 applicants in nine counties.
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Detroit passed an ordinance providing for public whipping of drunkards, disorderly persons, petty thieves, and wife-beaters.
Dr. Heidi Parker will be available to meet with investigators to discuss funding opportunities, current grant projects and grant editing.She has assisted researchers with submissions to a number of agencies, while also developing expertise on MSU’s ability to support the Broader Impact requirements for National Science Foundation proposals.
Banks Feeling Positive Heading Into Next Week's Primary
Rep. Brian Banks said this week he is receiving a positive reception from voters at the doors and boasted fundraising successes so far this year to show why he believes he is in a good place heading into next Tuesday's primary.
Fiat Chrysler Investing $1.48B For New Assembly Plant
Tattooists and piercers came out in all their vibrant colors today to a public hearing on a proposed update to Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) regulations governing their studios.
Most were unopposed to what essentially amounts to a stricter approach to inspections, the movement of non-critical violations to critical violations, which if found in a studio or parlor could result in the revocation of a business' license.