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Michigan Official: Election Day Should be a Worker Holiday


Mich. Bills Advance to Ensure Exonerees Can Sue for Compensation


UP Sheriff Seeks Help for Inmate; Says Mental Health System 'Broken'

Whitmer Proposes $61.9B Budget with Boost in School Funding

UP Community Loses Appeal over Prison Closing

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Michigan Legislature Supports Warning Labels on Marijuana


Whitmer Signs Bills Paving Way for Liquor-Tasting Festivals


Mich. Senate: Homeowners Can Fight High Water Without Permit

Enbridge: Broken Rod in Great Lakes Poses No Risk

Michigan Ballot Law Changes Struck Down by a 2nd Court

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Michigan Senate Votes to Require Study of Highway Tolls


Online Sports Betting in Michigan Will Wait Until 2021


Some Lawmakers Favor a Moose Hunt at Isle Royale


Michigan State Park Fees Will Rise $1 Starting in March


Michigan Spends $4.6 Million to Swap Parolee Ankle Bracelets
Police: 2 Dead in House Fire in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Dozens of Alcohol-Breath Devices Back in Service in Michigan
Michigan House OKs Bills Aiming to Better Child-Abuse Probes
Michigan House Votes to Lift Stun Gun Ban
Bill to Create Michigan Mental Health Hotline Nears Final OK
Michigan May Add Non-Binary Option to Driver's Licenses
Bessemer Drafts Ordinance to Crack Down on Marijuana Odor
Artists in Residence Sought for Porcupine Mountains
'Remote' Pharmacies Bill OK'd by Michigan Legislature
Michigan Supreme Court Gives Green Light to Phones in Courts
Michigan Lottery Contributes $1B to School Fund for 1st Time
Authorities say a 52-year-old man was arrested on suspicion drunken driving after striking at least 13 vehicles in the town of Lake Tomahawk.

Police Say Suspected Drunk Driver Struck at Least 13 Vehicles


Church and Tiffany Share Plans for Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District
Wisconsin moves ahead with later bar hours for convention
Zunker, Dale Discuss Plans for Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District
Superior Days 2020 Focusing on Mental Health and Better City
Wisconsin farmers get $432M in federal aid amid closures
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is urging businesses to give their workers the day off on Election Day by making it a company holiday.

Michigan Official: Election Day Should be a Worker Holiday


Mich. Bills Advance to Ensure Exonerees Can Sue for Compensation
UP Sheriff Seeks Help for Inmate; Says Mental Health System 'Broken'
Whitmer Proposes $61.9B Budget with Boost in School Funding
UP Community Loses Appeal over Prison Closing
Michigan Legislature Supports Warning Labels on Marijuana
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