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Liberal Advocacy Group Weighs in on Aramark

Progress Michigan says a move by the state to cut its contract short with prison food service provider Aramark is good news for prisoners and taxpayers. The liberal advocacy group says Aramark employees have been accused of serving food with maggots to inmates, sneaking drugs to inmates and having sex …

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MI House to Weigh Senate Road Funding Plan This Week

Lawmakers in the Michigan House return to Lansing today to talk road funding. They’ll be mulling over a plan passed by the Senate two weeks ago that includes $700 million in cuts and a 15 cent gas tax increase. The increase could be the biggest hurdle in the House. Numerous …

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