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Governor Vetoes Concealed Pistol Bill

Calling for a more comprehensive review of issues related to gun violence, Gov. Rick Snyder today vetoed legislation that would have allowed concealed pistol license holders who completed additional training to carry a concealed pistol in schools and other places that currently are off-limits

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Snyder Congratulates Legislature on Successful Year

Gov. Rick Snyder issued the following statement upon the Michigan Legislature’s completion of its 2012 session:

“I appreciate the hard work and partnership of House and Senate members this year. Many si

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Local Legislators React to Right to Work

State Senator John Gleason:

"As a man of Catholic faith, I firmly believe that the dignity of work is tied to the preservation of the rights of workers. Fair wages and safe work places are central to the equal treatment of all human beings. Men and

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Governor Snyder Signs Right to Work Legislation

Governor Snyder announced he has signed House Bill 4003 and Senate Bill 116 making Michigan the 24th state to enact "freedom to work" laws. See his comments here:

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State Police Announce Plans to Enforce Capitol Committee Rules to Ensure Safe Forum

With the likelihood of large amounts of visitors expected at the Capitol today and Tuesday, the Michigan State Police (MSP) have announced they will be "strictly enforcing the procedures for the use of the Michigan State Capitol, as approved and published by the Michigan Capitol Committee

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courtesy Governor Snyder
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Michigan Poised to Become 24th State with Right-to-Work Law

Below is a press release sent out from Governor Snyder's office after he and GOP leaders announced plans to make Michigan a right-to-work state:

Gov. Rick Snyder, Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville and Speaker of the House Jase Bolger today announced that the Legislature will move forward with legislation to enact freedom-to-work laws.

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Hear WFNT’s Interview with Gov. Snyder on his Special Address on Energy and the Environment

Governor Snyder delivered a special message to the legislature this morning on the state's energy and environment policies moving forward.

Hear him give a brief overview of what he sees for the long term, the three pillars of energy policy, and why he decided to give this message just a few weeks after a state ballot proposal on renewable energy was voted down

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Michigan Municipal League, Flickr
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Michigan Moves Toward State-Federal Partnership Health Exchange

Gov. Rick Snyder has filed a grant application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) to collaborate with the federal government on a state partnership exchange (SPE). The governor said, however, that if additional federal deadlines are extended or the Michigan Legislature takes action authorizing a state-based exchange, then Michigan may exercise its option for the proposed MI Health Marketplace

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Governor Proclaims November as Hire A Veteran Month

On Thursday, Gov. Rick Snyder declared November as Hire a Veteran Month and announced a series of upcoming career fairs for veterans, urging Michigan employers to do more to help returning veterans make the transition from military service to employment

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Celebrity private eye, model, actress and America's "hottest" politician Carey Torrice (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Celebrity private eye, model, actress and America's "hottest" politician Carey Torrice (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tuesday On The Tom Sumner Program

Richard Walker (Longway Planetarium), election day conversation with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and former congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Republican Pete Hoekstra, one of our cavalcade of cohorts from coast to coast Johnny Rivera reports on Hurricane Sandy, and celebrity private investigator, actress model and the nation's "hottest" politician Carey Torrice (pictured) on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday November 6 beginning at 3 p

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