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Michigan Roads Rated Low In State Survey

Nearly half of local roads that do not get federal aid are in “poor” condition, and only 10 percent in “good” condition. That’s according to new data released Monday by the state-run Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council. The study comes less than a month before Michigan voters go to the …

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New Test Being Used On Students

There is a new statewide test for students in Michigan beginning this week. The M-STEP test is more challenging than the former MEAP test that had been given to students. The M-STEP is also the first exam to be online. Students in grades five, eight and eleven are taking the …

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State’s Energy Policy Under Review

Lawmakers on a Michigan House committee continue to weigh a package of bills that would revamp the state’s energy policy, which includes eliminating energy choice. The big utilities lined up to support the bill during an hours long hearing Monday. Consumer’s Energy VP of Government Affairs David Mengebier told the …

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