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Action Against Invasive Asian Carp Lagging

While it continues to be talked about, there also has been no action on any type of aggressive move to keep invasive Asian carp out of the Great Lakes. In the meantime, a report from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers which recommended several methods to block the fish has …

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Snyder Elusive On Whether He Will Run For President

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is set to travel the country touting the state’s economic turnaround since he took office in 2011. Supporters have created a nonprofit group called “Making Government Accountable: The Michigan Story,” which has fueled speculation that Snyder is considering a run for President. Spokesman Jarrod Agen tells …

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State College Attainment Rate On The Rise

New Census Data says Michigan’s college attainment rate has increased at its highest rate in more than five years. The report was released by the Lumina Foundation. It says Michigan’s college attainment rate increased from 37.4 percent in 2012 to 38.4 percent in 2013, and increase by one percent in …

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