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Bay College Renovations Set To Begin

It will be a busy summer on the Bay College campus in Escanaba as major renovations are made in several areas. College President Laura Coleman says the renovations will help the college to better educate students, especially in those high-tech, vocational fields that yield good-paying jobs to graduates. She says …

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Poll Shows Opposition To Ending Prevailing Wage

A new survey shows a majority of Michigan voters are opposed to ending the state’s prevailing wage law. The poll conducted by Lansing-based EPIC/MRA for Michigan Prevails, a coalition of business and labor organizations, shows fewer than a third of state voters support ending prevailing wage laws. 49% of those …

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Michigan Middle Of The Pack In Beer Tax

The taxation of beer varies widely across the U.S., ranging from a low of two cents per gallon in Wyoming to a high of a dollar-29 per gallon in Tennessee, according to the Washington DC-based Tax Foundation. And Michigan is close to the middle. Michigan ranks 28th lowest in the …

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