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Lawmaker Calls For Expanded Civil Rights For LGBT Community

A state lawmaker wants the legislature to act on expanding the state’s civil rights law to protect gay and transgendered people. State Senator Curtis Hertel says most people support equal rights and it’s the lawmakers’ duty to legislate as a reflection of those they represent. Hertel’s comments follow the U.S. …

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Vote Expected On Road Funding Plan

The Michigan Senate is set to vote on road funding plan Wednesday. The proposal includes a gradual increase of the gas tax by 15-cents, $700 million in redirected General Fund money, elimination of the earned income tax credit for the working poor and an income tax cut. Senate Majority Leader, …

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Stanton Gets First Win – Wednesday Sports Update

Click on the highlighted scores for full stories. MLB – Tigers Fall in 14th Neil Walker’s double off Tom Gorzelanny in the 14th inning drove in the winning run, as the Pittsburgh Pirates edged the Detroit Tigers 5-4 last night. The Tigers fell behind early, as Justin Verlander gave up …

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