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New Law Allows Military Service To Be Used For College Credit

Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation allowing veterans and active duty members of the military working their way to a bachelor’s degree at a Michigan college or university to be eligible to receive academic credits for some of their military experience. The measure requires collaboration between education officials and the …

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EpiPen Bill Being Discussed

Legislation allowing businesses to keep epinephrine injectors, or EpiPen’s, on hand in case someone has a severe allergic reaction was heard in a House committee Tuesday. No vote was taken. State Representative Lisa Lyons says employees will be trained on how to use an EpiPen, which looks similar to large …

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Senate Committee Votes To Shut Down Film Office

Michigan would be the only state in the country to not have a film office after a Senate committee voted Tuesday to shut it down. The bill still needs to go through the full Senate and House. The committee was due to vote on ending funding for film incentives but …

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