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Michigan CEOs speak out against voter restrictions

Dozens of Michigan company leaders spoke up Tuesday against a voter restriction package that was introduced by Republicans in the Legislature last month.  Thirty-seven CEOS...

Former Trump-nominated attorney hired to lead CMU probe

Former U.S. attorney Matthew Schneider has been tapped by Central Michigan University to investigate whether CMU staff members knew about alleged sexual harassment from...

CMU suspends pair after fallout over Bucholz sexual harassment allegations

Two Central Michigan University staff members have been suspended as the university investigates claims of sexual harassment against CMU alumnus and Vanguard Public Relations...

Dick Polman: Lest we forget, Republicans were un-American long before Trump

MAGA’s last failed gasp – the moronic lawsuit that tried to argue Texas has the right to nullify the will of the people in...

Whitmer pledges to ‘stay focused’ and get state through ‘tough time’

Many people will define 2020 as the year COVID-19 uprooted life as we knew it. And for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the COVID-19 pandemic could...

What’s in Congress’ $900B COVID relief bill — and what’s left...

Congress on Monday night cleared and sent to President Donald Trump the first major COVID-19 relief measure since the spring, a sprawling spending bill...

Politicians quit Congress, but their ‘zombie’ campaigns stagger on with millions...

WASHINGTON — Republican Michele Bachmann hasn’t set foot in the U.S. Capitol as an elected member of Congress from Minnesota for at least six...

State settles lawsuit seeking former AG Schuette’s private emails

Years after a lawsuit was filed by a liberal advocacy group seeking former Republican Attorney General Bill Schuette’s private emails, Attorney General Dana Nessel...

James concedes to Peters 

John James, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, on Tuesday conceded to incumbent U.S. Sen. Gary Peters (D-Bloomfield Twp.) It came three weeks after...

6 Mich. Congress members demand answers on the state’s Census count

A number of Michigan’s Democratic members of Congress penned a letter Monday to U.S. Census Bureau Director Steve Dillingham asking for details about the...

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