Kathleen Gray, Detroit Free Press

Kathleen Gray

Detroit Free Press

Farmington, MI, United States

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  • WZZM 13 On Your Side
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  • North Jersey News
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  • 10 News Tampa Bay
  • Indianapolis Star
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Recent articles by Kathleen:

State health department spends $300K on anti-marijuana public service announcements

The state Department of Health and Human Services has produced a pair of $300,000 public service announcements urging youth to stay away from marijuana → Read More

Sen. Peter Lucido changes story on sexist remark, now says he was misquoted

Lucido was asked twice by the Free Press whether he had been misquoted during a Wednesday morning telephone interview. He twice said he had not been. → Read More

Michigan vets can't legally talk about marijuana for pets. Lansing wants to change that.

Under state and federal rules, veterinarians right now would lose their license if they discussed using marijuana for pets. Lansing wants to fix that. → Read More

Dozens of Michigan drunken driving cases jeopardized in MSP Breathalyzer investigation

The state police still have the rest of the 203 machines that cover all police departments across the state to review. → Read More

Massive Michigan voter turnout in 2020 could cause big problem

Election experts are predicting huge voter turnout this year, resulting in election results that could be delayed by a day or more → Read More

State Rep. Larry Inman survives recall effort — but still isn't allowed in his office

While a recall effort against Rep. Larry Inman failed this week, his legal battles aren't over and his outcast status in GOP caucus remains. → Read More

A second term for Donald Trump? Michigan is at the center of the political universe

The most consequential election in Michigan in decades? With Trump's reelection, Senate, Congress races up for grabs, it could be. → Read More

Michigan LGBTQ bills have failed for decades — but this year could be different

A broad coalition of business, political and social justice leaders want voters to ban discrimination against LGBTQ community. → Read More

Ohioans are crossing border for Michigan marijuana, but police keeping an eye on state line

Ohioans are crossing the border for Michigan marijuana but risk getting charged with a misdemeanor when they bring it across the border. → Read More

Darren McCarty at opening of recreational marijuana shop in Ann Arbor: 'It’s about time'

Om of Medicine has been selling medical marijuana for nearly 10 years. On Monday, it became the latest shop to add recreational sales. → Read More

A last-minute holiday gift guide for cannabis enthusiasts

As Michigan's marijuana industry gets off the ground, cannabis enthusiasts can add marijuana-themed gifts to their holiday lists. → Read More

Where to buy recreational marijuana in Michigan

The Marijuana Regulatory Agency is awarding licenses to recreational marijuana shops, where legal weed can be sold to anyone 21 or older. → Read More

2-week total for Michigan marijuana sales: $3.1 million, $515,051 in tax revenues

The first two weeks of marijuana sales from five Michigan-licensed shops top $3.2 million. → Read More

Donald Trump takes shot at U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, her husband John Dingell at rally

President Donald Trump singled out U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Dearborn, for harsh criticism for her impeachment vote. → Read More

Trump's day: Impeachment in D.C.; 'Four more Years' in Battle Creek

On the night he became the third president in U.S. history to be impeached, Donald Trump rallied in the battleground state of Michigan. → Read More

Crowds across Michigan gather to call for impeachment of President Donald Trump

On the eve of a historic vote, crowds gathered in cities across the nation to support the impeachment of President Donald Trump. → Read More

Elissa Slotkin's town hall provides stark example of nation's partisan divide

The debate over the impending impeachment vote of President Trump erupted in protest, support at Slotkin town hall. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin says she'll vote to impeach President Donald Trump

U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, one of 31 Democrats who flipped red seats blue in districts that Trump won in 2016, will vote to impeach the president. → Read More

Recreational marijuana sales in Michigan exceed $1.6 million in first 8 days

Recreational sales of marijuana in Michigan exceed $1.6 million in first week → Read More

No talk or money for fixing roads, or Pure Michigan campaign in tentative budget deal

In the latest, tentative budget deal negotiated by the legislature and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, there is no money for roads or Pure Michigan campaign → Read More