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COVID-19 vaccine could be less effective in people with high PFAS levels in blood

The COVID-19 vaccine could be less effective in people with high levels of perfluorinated compounds — PFAS — in their blood, several scientists said. High...

Line 5, PFAS, the Great Lakes and more: Our best environmental reporting

Quotable of the Year: “Today is a big day for our Great Lakes." — Sean McBrearty, Michigan legislative and policy director of Clean Water Action, when Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced in November...

Buttigieg to inherit a crumbling network of roads, subways and rails at DOT

Pete Buttigieg, as the incoming pick for U.S. transportation secretary, would take office at a time when both state and local officials are deeply...

Gordon to lead Biden HHS transition team

Updated, 4:11 p.m. , 4:34 p.m., 11/10/20 with Gordon's comments Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon is one of the volunteer...

West Michigan has been a key GOP stronghold. That’s now being tested by two...

The 3rd and 6th congressional districts in West Michigan are, in some ways, a study in contrasts: They are a world of dense urban...
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Whitmer’s $500M water infrastructure plan funds PFAS cleanup, sewer upgrades

Updated with comment from Whitmer's office, 3:41 p.m., 10/1/20 Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday a landmark investment in Michigan’s notoriously underfunded water infrastructure, prompting praise...

Stevens and Slotkin helped the Dems flip Congress in 2018. Now they’re running with...

Two Democratic women helped their party take back control of the U.S. House in 2018 by winning Southeast Michigan seats in areas that backed...

Beverage companies push changes to Michigan’s ‘bottle bill’ amid pandemic

Michigan’s “bottle bill” has survived for five decades, but the COVID-19 pandemic has inspired beverage industry companies to lobby for changes in who gets...

Michigan sues firefighting foam manufacturers over PFAS contaminants

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel on Thursday filed two complaints against makers of PFAS-containing firefighting foam that her office says contaminated Michigan’s environment. The two...

Michigan’s 1st PFAS drinking water standards clear final hurdle

After nearly a year of rulemaking debate, Michigan’s very first set of PFAS limits for drinking water passed its last obstacle Wednesday as a...

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