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Pfizer announces $750M expansion of West Michigan plant

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Here is how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation in the past week:

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Woman charged in son's death competent to stand trial, judge says

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Student takes knife from 10-year-old with ‘hit list’ of ‘mean’ kids

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Michigan’s COVID-19 deaths top 40,000, state reports

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President Joe Biden visited a semiconductor chip manufacturer near Bay City on Tuesday afternoon, touting federal taxpayer investments in manufacturing to move supply chains to the United States and pursue an energy future with fewer carbon emissions.

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ordered all U.S. and Michigan flags at the Capitol Complex and all public buildings and grounds across the state to be lowered to half-staff to honor the victims of the Oxford High School shooting one year ago Tuesday.

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Police locate body of missing Allegan County man along lakeshore

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Judge denies bid for new trial in Whitmer kidnapping case

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LANSING — The Michigan Board of State Canvassers voted unanimously Monday to certify the results of the state’s Nov. 8 general election during an at-capacity, hourslong meeting in which an audience member was escorted out by police.

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Prosecutor: Detroit officers who killed man won't be charged

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Two Michigan hospitals to add more beds on emergency basis amid RSV surge

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Whitmer appoints first Black woman to Michigan's top court

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Clement picked by Michigan Supreme Court as chief justice

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With studies showing that at least three-quarters of online shoppers check product and service reviews before they buy, the evaluations have become more important than ever in global commerce. But fake reviews upend the system.

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The Michigan House and Senate did not meet this week, so instead of votes this report describes bills that have been introduced to add new or expand existing occupational licensure regimes. All were referred to a committee with no further action at this time.

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Man convicted of murder in '83 disappearance of Michigan man

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Police dog finds lost hunter, 80, who fell in river

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — New York Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency Thursday for parts of western New York ahead of a dangerous storm that had the potential to dump several feet of snow on some communities on the eastern ends of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

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LANSING — Fresh off a commanding re-election victory in one of the nation’s premier swing states, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says she will remain focused on her post and not growing speculation she could mount a future presidential run.

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Council race in Michigan town settled by two pieces of paper

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Life sentence sought for teen in Oxford school shooting

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Unclaimed cremains of 5 military veterans buried with honors

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LANSING — A group of Michigan Republicans launched an initiative aimed at electing conservatives and accused party leaders of being “too moderate” and “too passive” during a press conference Monday, six days after the GOP suffered historic losses at the ballot box.

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Here’s how your local state lawmakers voted on legislation this week:

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LANSING — A Thursday memo from Paul Cordes, the chief of staff for the Michigan Republican Party, blamed the party’s historic midterm election losses on GOP gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon’s performance and an internal power struggle.

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DETROIT — The eyes of the nation were on Michigan Tuesday night over its reproductive rights ballot initiative that would enshrine the right to an abortion in the state constitution.

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Hillary Scholten will become the first Democrat since the mid-1970s to represent Michigan’s second-largest city in the U.S. House after winning a seat vacated by a Republican who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump.

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DETROIT — Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel will retain her seat for four more years after election returns show the Plymouth Democrat with a strong lead over her Republican opponent Matt DePerno in the race to be Michigan's chief law enforcement officer.

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LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer enters her second term with Democrats likely to control all levels of power in the state Capitol for the first time since the 1980s and backed by a dramatic show of voters’ support for keystone Democratic issues including abortion and voting rights.

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West Michigan precinct runs out of ballots, asks voters to come back in a hour

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Unofficial election results: Nov. 8 (updated: Wednesday 3 p.m.)

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DETROIT — Battles over voter registration, absentee ballots and election equipment were expected to intensify Tuesday in Michigan two years after supporters of former Republican President Donald Trump lodged a months-long campaign challenging the results of the presidential election.

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TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — Democrats hope to pick up a Michigan congressional seat Tuesday anchored in a longtime GOP stronghold where a little-known Donald Trump supporter ousted an establishment Republican who voted to impeach the former president.

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Judge rejects claims of election violations in Detroit

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The campgrounds at Isle Royale National Park can get so crowded campers have to share sites with strangers, trek further into the wilderness to pitch their tent or pile into designated “overflow” sites with other visitors to the prized island park in Lake Superior.

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The Michigan House and Senate have been in recess, with the next sessions scheduled for next week, Nov. 9, so this report describes some bills that have been introduced related to state regulations and restrictions on agriculture. All were referred to a committee with no further action at th…