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He was known as Dr. Death, a Michigan physician who helped his patients kill themselves. In doing so, Jack Kevorkian inflamed a nationwide debate in the 1990s over a terminally ill patient's right to die. And he served eight years in prison for second-...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Republicans in the Michigan Legislature may make another attempt to block the offering of taxpayer-paid health insurance to domestic partners or other unrelated adults living with public employees. Legislation debated in a...
TRAVERSE CITY -- Three Michigan senators plan to introduce a package of bills today, Tuesday, to create a council to prevent the spread of invasive species in the Great Lakes. Senate Bills 508-510 would create a council of stakeholders to help the...
The Michigan Legislature is rounding the corner on the budget this week after pushing through a massive reform budget. As lawmakers and the governor head up north this week for the Mackinac Policy Conference on Mackinac Island, expect the future...
LANSING (AP) — The U.S. Census Bureau sent new data on Michigan's population to state officials on Monday, setting the stage for the information to be released to the public. The data, which is crucial to determining the boundaries of U.S. House...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — New and veteran Michigan lawmakers are scheduled to convene at the state Capitol for swearing-in ceremonies. The 2011-12 Legislature is expected to meet for the first time Wednesday. The majority of lawmakers will be new to...
Former Sen. Jason Allen, R-Traverse City, will be the senior deputy director of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs under the Snyder Administration, officials announced Monday morning. The two-term representative and two-term senator, who...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Republican Gov.-elect Rick Snyder has appointed outgoing state Sen. Patricia Birkholz director of the Office of the Great Lakes. Snyder said in a release that the Republican from the southwestern Michigan community of...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds, Rick Snyder, Michigan, Politics, Elections
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The expectation of a winter storm will close down the Michigan Legislature. The state Senate and House have canceled sessions and committee meetings previously scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday because of a snowstorm that'...
Tags: Michigan, Politics, Snow Storms, Elections
LANSING (AP) — The Michigan Legislature is taking a second snow day. State lawmakers have canceled their Thursday sessions and committee meetings because of the winter storm that dumped as much as 17 inches of snow in some areas of the state...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Michigan, Laws, Politics, Snow Storms
MACKINAW CITY -- In the months leading up to the opening battle of the French and Indian War in 1754, a group of Odawa warriors traveled on foot and by birch bark canoe almost 500 miles from their homes near the Straits of Mackinac to Pennsylvania to join...
The Natural Resources Commission proposed a regulation change to lift the deer baiting and feeding ban in the Lower Peninsula on Thursday, May 12. The feeding and baiting ban has been in effect since 2008. The proposal would allow hunters to place two...
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