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Drunk Driving Patrols Out In Force

With NCAA tournament basketball action, high school and college spring breaks and St. Patrick’s Day this week, police in Michigan are gearing up for an increase in drunk drivers with a”Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. The latest effort involves local law enforcement officers, and those from county sheriff’s …

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New Department Focuses On Developing State Talent

Governor Rick Snyder says Monday’s launch of the Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development demonstrates that Michigan is taking the lead in closing the talent gap by preparing residents for the highly skilled, technical jobs of today and tomorrow. Snyder created the new state department through an executive order …

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Sales Tax Increase Would Also Support Mass Transit

Some opponents of Proposal 1, which increases taxes and triggers other revenue primarily for roads, schools and local government say it should be voted down because revenue also goes to things like mass transit. Those opponents argue that its wrong to put more money into a system that includes a …

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