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Hospital, corporate leaders warn action needed to stave off another COVID-19...

Michigan survived one of the worst COVID-19 crises in the nation this winter and spring. Now as cases and deaths are rising again and...

Gilda Z. Jacobs: It’s time to fix Michigan’s safety net

The more precarious a person’s position, the more important a strong, secure safety net is. That has been crystallized by the COVID-19 pandemic, which...

Michigan, other states struggle to draft COVID-19 vaccine plans while in...

WASHINGTON — Across the hundreds of pages of plans that state officials sent to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on...

Ivanka Trump’s Alto stop is 3rd Trump campaign visit to West...

As the contentious 2020 presidential race winds down to its final days, West Michigan has become a battleground.  On Monday afternoon, Wildwood Family Farms in...

Column: Revenue goals lurk behind decision to hold Big Ten college...

Editor’s note: Despite concerns about COVID-19, Big Ten college football is set to begin Oct. 24. Here, Mark Rosentraub, a University of Michigan professor...

How the U.S. Chamber of Commerce learned to love House Democrats

Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives two years ago by winning competitive districts like the Southeast Michigan seat now represented by...

Legislature OKs coronavirus unemployment bill after deal reached with gov.

Updated, 10:07 a.m., 10/14/20, with comments from Whitmer's office In a marathon session, complete with ongoing negotiation between the GOP legislative leaders and Gov. Gretchen...

Rick Haglund: Michigan’s economy could take a beating after ruling against...

Now that the state Supreme Court has struck down a 1945 law that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer repeatedly used to issue executive orders in the...

DHHS order mandates masks, limits capacity until Oct. 30

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Director Robert Gordon issued a new order to restrict gathering sizes, require face masks in public...

Tlaib calls for auto insurance discrimination impact study

U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit) and two of her colleagues announced on Wednesday that they will introduce a measure called the Preventing Auto Insurance...

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