LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Republicans who control the Michigan House are abandoning legislation to make municipal retirees pay more for their health care and eliminate medical insurance in retirement for new hires.
I've seen misleading headlines like this about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump a million times this election cycle, but this time feels different. I mean, just look at Hillary's face in this picture. Looks serious, huh?
It looks like the government is finally getting their act together on the Flint water crisis, as a $170 million aid package was just approved by the House. Celebration may be premature, but it's not too early to start thinking about who we can trust to handle those funds. Spoiler Alert: The answer is not Flint's Mayor or City Council.
If you missed the first 2016 Presidential debate last night, or even if you didn't, just search whatever you wanted the outcome to be and you'll find a wealth of articles that will tell you that's what happened.
Michigan's decision to drug test welfare applicants was met with both cheers and jeers from residents, with opinions falling mostly along party lines. Now that we have some preliminary results of the pilot program, I think it's safe to say that both sides are surprised at the outcome.
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