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Eight More Michigan State Police Troopers Heading to Flint

Eight more Michigan State Police Troopers are heading to Flint next week. MLive says a spokesman for Gov. Snyder said the number of troopers will increase from 46 to 54.

The move comes as Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Early announced pl

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Snyder Signs Bill to Raise Michigan’s Minimum Wage to $9.25

Governor Rick Snyder signed bi-partisan legislation on Tuesday night that will raise Michigan's minimum wage to $9.25 an hour by 2018. When signing the legislation, Snyder said the minimum wage raise will help hard-working residents without hindering the state's improving economy

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Gov. Snyder’s Mobile Office Hours to Make Flint Area Stops

Governor Rick Snyder's Office of Constituent Services is bringing back its mobile office hours to help answer questions, address concerns, take suggestions and increase access to state government.

Snyder said "this a is a great opportunity for Michiganders to share their thoughts with representatives from my office

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Governor Snyder Announces Statewide Recycling Initiative

On Monday, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder announced a statewide plan designed to increase residential recycling across the state. He also announced appointments to a nine-member Recycling Council to guide the plan's implementation

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State Police Encourage Residents to Prepare Before Severe Weather Strikes

With Governor Rick Snyder proclaiming this week Severe Weather Awareness Week, the Michigan State Police Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division (MSP/EMHSD) is encouraging Michigan residents to prepare before severe weather strikes this spring and summer

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U.S. Atty. General Holder Says Feds will Recognize Michigan Same Sex Marriages

 

According to Fox News, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has extended federal recognition to the Michigan marriages of around 300 same-sex couples from last weekend. The marriages were performed before a federal appeals court put a hold in place. Holder's actions enables the government to extend federal benefits to the

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Gov. Snyder Issues Statement on Same-Sex Marriages Performed Last Weekend

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder issued a statement on Wednesday regarding marriage licenses distributed to same-sex couples on Saturday, March 22.

"After comprehensive legal review of state law and all recent court rulings, we have concluded that same-sex couples were legally married at county clerk offices in the time period between U

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Snyder Signs Bills Boosting Craft Beer Industry, Continued Access to Home Phones

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed bills on Monday that will help boost the state's booming craft beer industry and another that will help ensure residents will continue to have access to high-quality home phone service

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Governor Snyder Signs Bills to Improve School Safety

Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation that will update Michigan's school safety drill requirements to help ensure students are better prepared in times of emergency.

House Bill 4713, sponsored by state Rep

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Governor Snyder Outlines Proposed Fiscal Year 2015 Budget

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder outlined his proposed Fiscal Year 2015 budget on Wednesday morning. In it, the governor says "this is more than just a budget. It's the story of Michigan's comeback." The governor also offered a 2016 projected budget, continuing his practice of maintaining a long-range planning focus

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