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Polls Show What Voters Care About

This year’s election is likely to be based on two primary issues: roads and K-12 education. That, according to political consultant TJ Bucholz of Lambert-Edwards and Associates. A new poll released by the firm shows that any state spending should be on K-12 education and roads. Bucholz says they offered …

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Bill Approved to Drug Trust Welfare Recepients

The Michigan Senate Thursday approved a bill setting up a pilot program that would allow for suspicion-based drug test of welfare recipients. The Republican sponsored bill was approved along party lines, with Democrats opposing. Under the proposal, the program would be set up in three counties, although those counties have …

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Possible Increase in Phys-Ed Requirements

A battle could be brewing in Lansing, over phys-ed classes. Testimony began in a Michigan House Committee Wednesday, on a proposal to toughen phys ed requirements for schools, which affects students from kindergarten through eighth grade. Specifically, the bill requires a minimum amount of time each week dedicated to phys …

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