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Breaking: Hertel takes helm at state health dept.

Updated, 3:26 p.m., 1/22/21 Elizabeth Hertel, who previously served as senior chief deputy director for administration for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services...

Here’s what Biden plans to do on his first day as...

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden early Wednesday unveiled the list of executive orders, memos and directives he will make when he assumes the presidency...

Whitmer lays out new $5.6B COVID plan

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday outlined her plan for a new $5.6 billion COVID-19 relief bill. Most of the funds for businesses, unemployment benefits,...

Wall Street investors pricing Americans out of last bastion of affordable...

In the spring of 2013, Holly Hook purchased a mobile home and moved it to Swartz Creek Estates, a manufactured housing community in Swartz...

Legislative efforts to protect trailer park residents from eviction show mixed...

The plight of residents in mobile home communities has caught the attention of state and federal lawmakers, who are working to craft legislation that...

Column: How state and federal action have helped curb COVID-19’s economic...

While the deplorable attack on the U.S. Capitol has cast a long shadow over 2021, there is still a lot of hope on the...

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer: On the National Day of Service, let’s come...

Once in a generation, we’re called to act in historic ways for the greater good. For Michiganders, 2020 was filled with glimpses of heroism...

Anti-foreclosure activists demand more help in Detroit

Elected officials have stopped short of agreeing to meet demands of a coalition of activists and organizations who are calling for remedies to address...

Activists push back against Lansing shutdown of homeless site in ‘Moral...

The Lansing chapter of the Poor People’s Campaign carried out a spirited vehicle caravan and rally in downtown Lansing during a chilly Monday afternoon....

Column: The next housing crisis is preventable — and we must...

The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought financial havoc on many. It has magnified the systemic sexism and racism in housing and has the potential to...

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