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Survey Says Business Climate Is Improving

More companies think Michigan is becoming a better place to do business, according to a new survey by the state. The survey of customers of the departments of Environmental Quality, Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, and Treasury found positive opinions of Michigan’s business climate is up 19-percent since 2013. Tony Stamas …

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State Senator Smith to Stand Trial

State Senator Virgil Smith will stand trial for allegedly beating his ex-wife and shooting at her with an assault rifle. The Detroit Democrat is charged with felonious assault, malicious destruction of personal property, domestic assault and a weapons charge. The 35-year old Smith is accused of assaulting his ex-wife following …

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Snyder Supports SCOTUS Decision On Health Care Law

Michigan residents who use the health exchange established under the Affordable Care Act are still going to get their federal tax credits. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a 6-to-3 decision the tax credits would stand for federally run exchanges. Last year, over 184,000 Michiganders using the marketplace received over …

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