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Guns Stolen From Michigan Lawmaker

A Michigan lawmaker has guns stolen from his home, and a group from the U.P. has comments about the incident.  The Lansing home of Representative Beau Lafave of Michigan’s 108th District, was recently broken into, and two of his guns were stolen. One of the guns, was one Lafave had …

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$61.9 Billion Budget Proposed For Michigan

Governor Whitmer has proposed a $61.9 Billion budget for Michigan, with education coming up a big winner. K-12 Classroom spending is set to see it’s largest increase since 2001. Battling pregnancy related deaths, and climate change, were also key issues.  Giving school districts $25 Million, so teachers may receive $250 …

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Meth Lab Discovered In Calumet Township

Last night authorities broke up a meth lab in Calumet Township. Detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team, also known as “UPSET” performed a search warrant at a home on Caledonia Street. UPSET had been tipped off that a meth lab, may have been in the house. An abundance …

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New Resources For Michigan Drivers

There are now new resources to help Michigan’s drivers with the state’s new auto insurance laws, set to take effect July 1st. The Department of Insurance and Financial Services has launched a new website, created consumer guides and has a new toll free hotline. Implementing legislation that protects consumers and …

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Great Lakes Funding Bill Advances

The Great Lakes could be receiving additional funding. The House in Washington, DC has passed House Resolution 4031, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. The bill has been reinstated and could increase funding through 2026. Co-Sponsor of the Bill, Michigan’s Jack Bergman, said he was thankful the house came together, to …

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Representative Markkanen Puts On Photo Contest

Hancock Representative Greg Markkanen has announced a photo contest, for residents of the 110th District. Three winners will be chosen for the contest, whose theme is “Surviving and Thriving in the UP Winter.” The winning photos will be displayed in Markkanen’s Lansing office, and photographers will be on hand, to …

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