Calhoun County Leader Says Open The State
Frisbie is telling the Governor the time has come to reopen the state. The ripple effect of financial losses through the business community he says is staggering and cannot continue. Every job says Frisbie, is essential.
Lawmaker Wants Better Whistleblower Protection
Representative Glenn believes that had stronger protections been in place for state employees when the Flint water crisis was developing, more information would have come to light that might have prevented much of that mess from getting any worse.
Schools Sorting Out How To Reopen – Or Stay Closed
Governor Whitmer has announced that she wants schools to begin reopening by March 1st. Battle Creek schools plan to return grades K-5 to full in-person classes starting next week.
Michigan Food Security Remains A Question
The job of making sure Michigan residents have enough food to eat is becoming a monumental task.
Michigan State Senator Says Stop The Voting Fraud Talk
Hollier says, “The phrase ‘election fraud’ is a dog whistle and code for finding ways that the votes cast by minorities in cities like Detroit can be tossed.
Federal Crime Sweep Nets Thousands Of Arrests
Federal agents, joined by state and local police, made more than 6,000 arrests, including nearly 500 people charged with murder.
New Wind Farm Online North Of Lansing
Consumers Energy is estimating the wind farm will be able to cover the energy needs of as many as 58,000 residents. As long as the winds remain steady enough to keep the turbine blades moving.
Open Carry Firearms Banned At Michigan State Capitol
The Michigan Capitol Commission is unanimous in its vote on the issue. Just last summer, the Commission refused to take the same action. But a lot has happened in between.
Drive Thru Virus Testing In Hillsdale Tomorrow
The cost of the local testing is all covered by the state. You should however bring a photo ID showing you are a Michigan resident. The site will employ the common Nasopharyngeal test using a long swab resembling a foot long Qtip.
Michigan Offers Virus Vaccination To More People
It’s happening as questions linger about why so few vaccinations have been administered in the state so far.