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Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/18/2014

Trott airs first TV ad today in bid for Congress WASHINGTON — Birmingham lawyer and businessman Dave Trott airs his first TV ad in support of his race for Congress today, characterizing himself as a political outsider despite the fact that he’s got the support of much of Oakland County’s Republican establishment already lined up […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/17/2014

Is Obama Riding To The Rescue For Detroit Pensioners? The Free Press reports the Obama administration and state officials are discussing a deal that would free up an additional $100 million to soften the blow to Detroit pensioners. Citing two people familiar with the talks, the paper explained the federal government would support a move […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/16/2014

Community Group Fighting Third Attempt To Bring Wind Farm To Town Voters in Osceola County’s Sherman Township have overturned regulations for wind turbines in referendums twice in recent years. That was enough to make Heritage Sustainable Energy give up on plans to locate wind turbines there. Now, Next Era Energy wants to locate wind turbines […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/15/2014

Ken Braun: Conservatives treat illegal immigrants from Cuba quite differently, and it shows Former GOP Florida Gov. Jeb Bush set off the latest Republican immigration controversy, stating on Fox News that illegal immigration is often “an act of love,” more than a crime, as many undocumented workers are here merely out of a desire to […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/14/2014wyp

Obama rips Terri Lynn Land on pay issue President Barack Obama criticized Republican candidate Terri Lynn Land by arguing her position on gender pay discrimination doesn’t make sense — a charge the Land campaign disputed Thursday. At a fundraiser in Houston on Wednesday night, Obama commented for the first time on Michigan’s race pitting Land […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/11/2014

Its Official – Arcand Is On The Ballot For CD1! Incumbent Dan Benishek has yet to turn in any signatures and has not yet filed. As of this writing, Alan Arcand is the only candidate for Michigan’s first Congressional District. Turning in 1300 signature today (picture on right) at the the Secretary of State’s office […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/10/2014

Reuben Sandwich With A Side Of 500K Lost Jobs Last week, President Barack Obama visited Zingerman’s Deli in Ann Arbor in a self-professed politically motivated press stop. The president is pushing to raise the national minimum wage. Zingerman’s co-owner, Paul Saginaw, went to Washington, D.C., in January to lobby for an increased minimum wage. Link […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/09/2014

Say It’s So, Joe: Dumars Expected to Resign Joe Dumars was a first rate player and a gentlemen as well on a team that didn’t have a reputation for being gentlemen. Then as president of the Pistons, he seemed to have the magic touch, particularly under the coaching of Larry Brown. But he had his […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/08/2014

Woman sued for $2 million after boyfriend torches squirrel on apartment deck, starts massive fire HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, MI — A woman who signed an apartment lease with her boyfriend and allegedly agreed to be liable for any smoke or water damage, faces a $2 million lawsuit after he attempted to cook a squirrel and started […]

Mornings in Michigan show topics 04/07/2014

Suspicion-based drug testing for welfare recipients has broad support across Michigan, new poll shows LANSING — A proposal to test recipients of public assistance who are suspected of using drugs, and send users to rehab, appears to have broad support statewide, a new survey shows. The poll, conducted by Marketing Resource Group, shows that 77 […]

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