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Muskegon agrees to hire sharpshooters to kill up to 30 deer 

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Michigan sues 3M, DuPont over ‘forever’ chemicals

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Holland man convicted of aiding son after woman's dismemberment

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The 100th Michigan Legislature began its 2020 session on the second Wednesday in January, as specified in the state Constitution, with a few votes on bills of general interest.

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Bid to recall indicted lawmaker officially short signatures

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Pedestrian bridges planned as part of international span

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Ottawa County dad denies being complicit in autistic son's death

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LANSING — A group launched a 2020 ballot initiative Tuesday to expand Michigan’s civil rights law to include anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people, a step that would put the issue to voters if the Republican-led Legislature does not pass the measure.

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Iraqi Consulate in Michigan open to mourners after attack

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Barn fire kills 300,000 hens at Allegan County poultry farm

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Soo school break extended as area deals with power outages 

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Inman recall petition OK despite missing word, state court says

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Michigan group submits petitions to ban abortion method

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This week's edition presents the annual Missed Votes Report showing how many votes lawmakers missed during 2019.

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Whitmer OKs bills to restore vetoed spending, fund prisons 

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$1 million Michigan Powerball ticket expires with no winner

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LANSING (AP) — As promised, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed legislation Thursday that would have ended Michigan's ban on using bait to hunt deer or elk, saying the restriction is needed to curb the spread of animal diseases such as chronic wasting disease.

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Police: Motorist, 90, crashes into buggy, continues home

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LANSING — Michigan on Tuesday sued four companies over the deadly painkiller epidemic, becoming what state Attorney General Dana Nessel said is the first state to sue major opioid distributors under a liability law that is typically used to go after drug dealers.

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Spending bill would boost funding for Great Lakes cleanup

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5 pro-impeachment rallies planned for Tuesday in West Michigan

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Coast Guard starts ice-breaking work in western Great Lakes

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Michigan townships, company reach deal over contamination

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Michigan deckhand drowns after fall into Lake Michigan

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Police: 4 overdose victims found by Detroit children; 3 die

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

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Whitmer directs flags to half-staff for Pearl Harbor Day

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Trump announces Dec. 18 re-election rally in Michigan

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Legislature OKs undoing budget vetoes; both sides optimistic

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Sales top $200,000 on opening day for Michigan marijuana

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3 officers wounded, homeowner dead after shooting

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Vice President Mike Pence plans 3 stops in West Michigan

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Michigan reports second vaping-related death

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LANSING — When $525,000 in state funding was cut from a popular school truancy program she runs to help students in rural northeastern Michigan, Dorothy Pintar held off as long as possible on reducing staff.

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Judge won’t block Michigan’s new redistricting commission

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Michigan drug overdose deaths fall for 1st time in 6 years

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Michigan GOP leader uses expletive to call governor 'crazy'

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State lawmaker quits race to unseat West Michigan congressman

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Michigan issues 1st recreational marijuana licenses

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Michigan changes transgender policy for driver’s licenses