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Repeal of Outdated Laws Heads to Senate

Legislation to repeal a number of the state’s outdated laws is headed to the full Senate. State Representative Chris Afendoulis is sponsoring the repeal of these so-called blue laws. He says these are common sense reforms to eliminate obsolete statutes. The laws being erased by these bills concern things like …

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Benishek Toxic Exposure Bill Surpasses 100 Co-Sponsors Momentum Builds for Critical Vets Research Center

Washington, D.C.-  Dr. Dan Benishek, Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Veterans Health, recently introduced the bi-partisan, bi-cameral Toxic Exposure Research Act along with Rep. Mike Honda (D-CA) and Sens. Moran (R-KS) and Blumenthal (D-CT).  In the House of Representatives, the bill has now earned over 100 co-sponsors with strong representation …

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Fall Career Fair Today at Michigan Tech

Hundreds of companies will be on hand for the first of two annual career fairs today on the campus of Michigan Tech. The Fall Career Fair takes place from noon to 5pm at the Student Development Complex. Representatives from a record 370 companies will be there to interview students for potential, …

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