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MSP Seeks Illegal Bridge Climber

Michigan State Police detectives are trying to track down the person who did some illegal climbing on the Mackinac Bridge. Photos apparently taken from the top of one of the bridge towers were recently posted on social media. Officials think the climb may have taken place in early November, on …

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Giuliani Brings Election Assault to Michigan

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney appeared before the Michigan House Oversight Committee last night, and called the state’s recent election a “con job.” In a very unusual format, Rudolph Giuliani was allowed to treat the hearing as a court proceeding for four hours, calling witnesses, and questioning them himself. Lawmakers …

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James Concedes U.S. Senate Race

Republican John James has finally conceded the U.S. Senate race in Michigan. Three weeks after the election, and 24 hours after the Board of State Canvassers voted to certify the results, James congratulated Democrat Gary Peters on winning re-election by more than 92,000 votes. He wished Peters and his family …

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Michigan AG Investigates Wayne County Canvasser Threats

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has confirmed that her department is actively investigating threats made against members of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers. Nessel said her office will investigate any credible complaints of threats to government officials, and will prosecute criminal conduct to the fullest extent of the law.  …

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Michigan November Vote Certified

Michigan’s 2020 election saga is finally over. At its meeting yesterday, the State Board of Canvassers voted to certify the results, formally awarding 16 presidential electoral votes to Democrat Joe Biden. The vote came after weeks of controversy, in which Republican President Donald Trump repeatedly charged that the election had …

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Court Says Food Serving Areas Must Stay Closed

Serving areas at Michigan restaurants and bars must remain closed, after a federal court declined to intervene on Friday. The Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association filed suit, saying that Michigan’s order closing their facilities was discriminatory. U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney disagreed, and declined to issue a temporary restraining order, …

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State Canvassers to Consider Michigan Vote Today

Michigan’s top two Republican legislators met with President Donald Trump at the White House Friday, and came away with their minds unchanged about the state’s election results. House Speaker Lee Chatfield and Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey released a joint statement saying, “We have not yet been made aware of …

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