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Snyder Signs Bill Expanding Educational Opportunities

Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation yesterday expanding educational opportunities and choices for students and families by increasing the number of cyber charter schools and broadening eligibility for dual enrollment programs

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stopalcoholdeaths, Flickr
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Bill Providing Medical Amnesty to Minors Seeking Alcohol Treatment Signed

Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation today providing medical amnesty for minors who seek treatment for alcohol poisoning either for themselves or another individual.

Currently individuals under the age of 21 can receive a misdemeanor offense for the purchase, possession or consumption of alcohol, which sometimes deters minors from seeking proper medical attention

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Di3-Kid, Flickr
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Bill Signed to Better Protect Children from Sex Offenders

Governor Snyder signed legislation yesterday to better protect children from all sex offenders, including their parents.

Senate Bill 1005, sponsored by state Sen. Judy Emmons, amends the Juvenile Code to comply with federal guidelines

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Michigan Municipal League, Flickr
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Snyder Signs Bill Easing Municipal Access to EVIP Funds

Governor Snyder signed legislation today that makes it easier for eligible cities and townships to receive Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP) dollars to fund employee compensation programs

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Governor Snyder Holding Online Town Hall, See it Here

Governor Rick Snyder will answer questions today during an online town hall meeting that will be streamed live beginning at 12:15 p.m.

Questions may be posted to the Governor's Facebook page, www.facebook.com/ri

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Snyder Signs Bill to Let Motorcyclists Decide Helmet Use

Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation Thursday that gives motorcyclists in Michigan the option of wearing a helmet.

The bill, sponsored by state Senator Phil Pavlov, gives motorcyclists the choice of wearing a helmet, if they are at least 21-years-old, carry additional insurance, have passed a motorcycle safety course, or have had their motorcycle endorsement for at least two years

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VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, Flickr
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Snyder Signs Bill on Lottery Winnings, Issues Exec Order on Public Safety

Governor Rick Snyder signed numerous bills yesterday including legislation ensuring that lottery winnings and other assets are taken into account when determining public aid eligibility. Snyder also signed an executive order enhancing Michigan's crime information system

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courtesy Governor Snyder
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Snyder Signs Bill to Clarify Public Employee Definition

Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation to exclude from the definition of public employee those who receive a government subsidy for private employment.

Senate bill 1018, sponsored by Senator Dave Hildenbrand, amends the Public Employment Relations Act to reflect the original intention of the Legislature

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Snyder Signs Bills to Transfer Ownership of Michigan State Fairgrounds

Governor Rick Snyder today signed legislation to transfer the former Michigan State Fairgrounds out of state ownership and return the land to productive uses.

The fairgrounds have been closed since the last state fair in 2009, and the unused property inside the city of Detroit now costs the state more than $1 million each year to maintain and secure

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Snyder Commends Detroit City Council upon Approval of Consent Agreement

Governor Rick Snyder issued a statement regarding yesterday's approval of a proposed consent agreement by the Detroit City Council:

"The council has acted responsibly to put Detroit on the path to financial stability

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