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Whitmer wants to lower prescription drug costs

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed an executive order aimed at bringing Michiganders financial relief by lowering the cost of prescription drugs used to treat...

Buttigieg tweets opposition to Line 5

Updated, 8:35 p.m. 2/24/20 with comments from AG Nessel In a tweet Monday evening, former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg became the second Democratic...

Whitmer wants to fight prenatal health care disparities in Flint

Flint isn’t just plagued by a water crisis. It’s also plagued by health care disparities among pregnant women belonging to minority groups — and...

Enviros applaud state for rejecting DTE Energy’s 15-year plan

One of Michigan’s largest public utilities must go back to the drawing board and come up with a better plan to provide electricity to...

Column: Nevada got lucky, and other caucus takeaways

Motivational speaker Pete Buttigieg is uttering some discouraging words about the results of Nevada’s caucuses. And who can blame him? Nothing would propel a...

SOS adds self-service stations for vehicle plate renewals at 28 Meijers 

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced Monday that 28 Meijer stores across Michigan now provide self-service stations for customers to renew their vehicle plate...

Susan J. Demas: Dems nominating Sanders could up the odds Amash...

The House's lone independent, Justin Amash, has been flirting with a Libertarian presidential bid for more than a year. That predates Amash's decision last spring...

As close as it gets: Looking back at Michigan’s presidential elections

Since 1997, University of Michigan football hasn’t been able to claim a national title, but the Wolverines can still claim the most wins all-time....
Sanders' Warren, MI event

Sanders wins Nevada, Biden a distant 2nd

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is the projected winner of the Nevada Democratic caucuses on Saturday.  Sanders had 46.6% with 50% of precincts reporting as...

Rick Haglund: How can Michigan become a top 10 state? It...

Hey, average Michigan worker: How would you like to be making $13,000 a year more than you earn now? You would if Michigan was performing...

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