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Michigan Senate Passes Gas Tax Increase to Help Fix Roads

The Michigan Senate passed legislation on Thursday that would increase gas taxes over the next four years to raise more than $1 billion annually to fix the state's deteriorating roads and bridges.

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Federal Judge Approves Detroit Bankruptcy Plan

A federal judge today approved a plan to end Detroit's Chapter 9 bankruptcy. According to the Detroit Free Press, Judge Steven Rhodes ruled that Detroit's comprehensive restructuring plan is fair and feasible and allows for the city to slash more than $7 billion in unsecured liabilities and reinvest $1.4 billion over the next ten years in public services and blight removal. Rhodes' decision will allow the city to cut about 75% of its

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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Ban on Gay Marriage

A federal appeals court today upheld a ban on gay marriage in Michigan, as well as Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. For Michigan, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a March ruling from a judge who had ruled the ban unconstitutional

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Gov. Snyder Proclaims October as Cyber Security Awareness Month

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has proclaimed October as Cyber Security Awareness month to help recognize the ever-increasing need for residents, businesses and governments be better prepared for attacks through the Internet

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Snyder Signs Bill Allowing Residents to Volunteer as Payment for Driver Responsibility Fees

Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation on Tuesday that will allow Michigan residents to pay for some of their driver responsibility fees by doing community service. In a news release, Snyder said "while we are ultimately phasing out driver responsibility fees, this program gives Michiganders the opportunity to give back by volunteering as an alternative way to pay their fees

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Governor Snyder Speaks with WFNT while Visiting Kettering University

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder visited Flint on Friday. Snyder offered remarks at the grand opening of Kettering University's FIRST Robotics Community Center. WFNT got a few minutes with the governor where he spoke about Flint, federal assistance for the recent flooding that occurred in southeastern Michigan, the unemployment drop, Michigan Trails Week and the upcoming campaign season

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Snyder Seeks Federal Disaster Declaration After Southeast Michigan Flooding

On Wednesday, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder requested President Obama declare a major disaster for the state of Michigan as a result of the flash flooding the occurred in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties in early August

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Gov. Snyder to Hold Series of Town Hall Meetings Prior to Election

Governor Rick Snyder has announced a series of town hall meetings across the state leading up to the November election. Snyder will take questions from residents at the meetings entitled  "Road to Recovery: The Next Four Years

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Gov. Snyder Declares September Preparedness Month

Governor Snyder has declared September as Preparedness Month in Michigan, and to support the effort, the Michigan State Police Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division is joining other agencies and organizations nationwide to encourage households, businesses and communities to develop an emergency preparedness plan

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Minimum Wage Set to Increase on Monday

Michigan's minimum wage is set to increase on Monday for the first time in six years. Following recent legislation by the Michigan Legislature and later signed by Governor Rick Snyder, the state's minimum wage will increase from the current $7

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