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Lansing, MI, United States

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Recent articles by David:

Embattled Michigan civil rights director to take leave of absence

The embattled director of Michigan's civil rights department has taken a leave of absence, weeks after he was reprimanded for making inappropriate remarks about the appearance of a woman he saw outside a meeting.The state Civil Rights Commission on Tuesday gave no reason for 69-year-old Agustin… → Read More

Governor: Civil rights director should resign over comments

Many Democratic lawmakers have urged Arbulu to resign. → Read More

Gov. Whitmer says she, GOP leaders 'desperate' to avoid shutdown

LANSING (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Monday that she and Republican legislative leaders are "desperate" to avoid a government shutdown, and she may propose a stopgap budget measure as → Read More

Gov. Whitmer says she, GOP leaders 'desperate' to avoid shutdown

LANSING (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Monday that she and Republican legislative leaders are "desperate" to avoid a government shutdown, and she may propose a stopgap budget measure as → Read More

Michigan State agrees to protect patients in deal with feds

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State University has agreed to better protect patients from sexual assaults, including following a chaperone requirement for sensitive medical exams, to resolve a federal civil-rights → Read More

Michigan State agrees to protect patients in deal with feds

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State University has agreed to better protect patients from sexual assaults, including following a chaperone requirement for sensitive medical exams, to resolve a federal civil-rights → Read More

Michigan State agrees to protect patients in deal with feds

The university and two associated entities will require that a second health team member be present at sensitive medical → Read More

Michigan State, government resolve Nassar civil rights probe

The deal covers not only students under Title IX but also patients who are not students. → Read More

Impeachment summer? August town halls may decide next steps

Freshman Democratic Rep. Andy Kim came face to face with impeachment fervor at a town hall in New Jersey. "I don't have blood dripping from my fangs for or against impeachment," said David Sussan, 70, a retired postal inspector from Chesterfield, who favors starting an inquiry. → Read More

Impeachment summer? August town halls may decide next steps

WASHINGTON (AP) — Freshman Democratic Rep. Andy Kim came face to face with impeachment fervor at a town hall in New Jersey. "Do your job!" shouted one voter. Several states away, a woman... → Read More

Impeachment summer? August town halls may decide next steps

WASHINGTON (AP) — Freshman Democratic Rep. Andy Kim came face to face with impeachment fervor at a town hall in New Jersey. "Do your job! " shouted one voter. Several states away, a woman held up a copy of special counsel Robert Mueller's report and told freshman Rep. Elissa Slotkin at a Michigan town hall she hoped she would "be the person that puts us over the top to start an impeachment… → Read More

Impeachment summer? August town halls may decide next steps

WASHINGTON (AP) " Freshman Democratic Rep. Andy Kim came face to face with impeachment fervor at a town hall in New Jersey. "Do your job!" shouted one voter.Several states away, a woman held up a copy of special counsel Robert Mueller's report and told freshman Rep. Elissa Slotkin at a Michigan town hall she hoped she would "be the person that puts us over the top to start an impeachment… → Read More

Impeachment summer? August town halls may decide next steps

WASHINGTON (AP) - Freshman Democratic Rep. Andy Kim came face to face with impeachment fervor at a town hall in New Jersey. "Do your job!" shouted one voter. Several states away, a woman held up a copy of special counsel Robert Mueller's report and told freshman Rep. Elissa Slotkin at a Michigan town hall she hoped she would "be the person that puts us over the top to start an impeachment… → Read More

Impeachment summer? August town halls may decide next steps

Photo Credit: AP Photo/David Eggert Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Mich., talks with a constituent after a veterans event on Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, at the Ingham County Fair in Mason, Mich. Slotkin, who flipped the 8th Congressional District by defeating a Republican incumbent in 2018, has not backed an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/David Eggert) → Read More

Whitmer: Delaying pension payments has 'long-term cost'

Some ideas under consideration include borrowing $10 billion to boost the pension fund and free up money for additional annual road spending → Read More

Michigan's lead rules allowed to stand after lawsuit, judge rules

A judge let stand Michigan's toughest-in-the-nation drinking water regulations, dismissing a lawsuit brought by major metro Detroit water systems. → Read More

Nessel: Customer credits for outages should be automatic

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says the rules should be re-examined. → Read More

Michigan Rep. Mitchell won't seek 3rd term in Congress

His announcement is the second in under a month to upend the state's 2020 House races. → Read More

Michigan cuts pot fees in 19 cities impacted by drug war

Michigan regulators announced Thursday a cut in marijuana licensing fees for prospective business owners living in 19 cities whose residents were disproportionately impacted by the drug war. → Read More

Michigan cuts marijuana licensing fees in 19 cities impacted by drug war

LANSING — Michigan regulators announced Thursday a cut in marijuana licensing fees for prospective business owners living in 19 cities whose residents were disproportionately impacted by the drug war.Under the new "social equity" program, applicants with proposed marijuana establishments in… → Read More