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Michigan garage sale may have exposed attendees to virus

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LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, concerned by the recent uptick in coronavirus cases in Michigan, did not announce new restrictions on the economy Tuesday, but said it is possible the state may have to take that route.

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LANSING (AP) — A board overseeing Michigan's Capitol determined Tuesday that it has the legal authority to decide whether guns will continue to be allowed in the building and on its grounds.

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State leaders reach agreement on 2020 budget shortfall

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Whitmer calls for end to chokeholds, other police reforms

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

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Whitmer lifts eviction freeze; $50M in rent aid coming

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Michigan voters to decide in November on data protections

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Michigan gyms were just hours away from reopening Thursday when a federal appeals court scuttled those plans with a late-night ruling on Wednesday that could potentially keep them shut indefinitely during the coronavirus pandemic, even as bars and restaurants spring back to life.

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More than 30 virus cases linked to East Lansing bar

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LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is keeping a close eye on Michigan’s coronavirus data, saying she hopes to loosen restrictions in other regions of the state but isn’t sure if the risk will be low enough.

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LANSING — Republicans who control the Michigan Legislature proposed Tuesday a $1.3 billion plan to help the state’s K-12 schools reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, saying districts should have flexibility to start when they want and to offer remote instruction as an alternative if necessary.

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State Legislature OKs lifting new July 1 budget deadline

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Nebraska troopers find missing Michigan teen after chase

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LUDINGTON — The coronavirus pandemic has caused obstacles for the Oceana/Mason County Inmate & Family Ministries (OMCIFM) leadership. But they are determined to find different avenues to reach inmates, their families and the public with their message of hope.

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

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Sister charged in brother’s death; gun still had bullet

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A federal judge threw down the yoga mat Friday and said gyms and fitness centers can reopen next week after finding that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration had failed to show any rational link between the coronavirus threat and the shutdown.

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Judge won’t stop absentee voter application mailings

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Michigan House approves $880M in pandemic spending

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Judge tried to hold trial but defendant didn’t show up

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LANSING — Michigan’s top law enforcement official unveiled several changes she hopes to make to policing in the state, including a public registry of verified police misconduct claims meant to increase transparency and prevent problem officers from getting rehired in law enforcement elsewhere.

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Mich. requires testing, finds nearly 2,000 nursing home deaths