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More Heating Funding for Those in Need

The Michigan Community Action Agency Association announced $11 million in additional funding for low-income households to assist with deliverable fuels. The funding will be distributed to eligible households through 29 Community Action Agencies in Michigan via the Department of Human Services and the Bureau of Community Action and Economic Opportunity. …

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Appeals Court Suspends Gay Marriage Ruling

Hundreds of couples flocked to various Michigan county clerk’s offices Saturday to obtain marriage licenses before an appeals court issued a stay temporarily suspending future marriages among gay couples. U.S. district Judge Bernard Friedman overturned Michigan’s ban on gay marriage and same-sex adoption Friday, but the ruling was issued after …

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International Bridge Tolls Going Up

Tolls will be going up April 1 on the International Bridge, which connects Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The increase, approved unanimously by the Sault Ste. Marie Bridge Authority in November, covers both commercial and passenger vehicles. Passenger vehicle tolls will increase from the current three …

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