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Michigan's Road Funding Agreement - The Breakdown

The road funding package agreed to and passed by the House and Senate late last night during the final day of the legislature’s lame duck session is essentially a three-step process. 168 more words

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Electronic warfare range prepares pilots for real world threats

7th Bomb Wing Public Affairs — The Electronic Warfare Range in Snyder, Texas, uses state-of-the-art radar systems to simulate modern-day threats to different airframes.

The range is utilized by all of Department of Defense, but assigned to Dyess administratively, and is operated and maintained by civilian contractors located at Snyder. 616 more words

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Michigan Getting $70M For Health Improvements

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Michigan is getting $70 million in federal funding during the next four years to support health care system enhancements that are designed to benefit families. 147 more words

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Bills Approved To Create Parolee Work Certificate

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Michigan inmates released on parole would be given a work certificate if they complete a career and technical education course and meet other requirements under legislation going to Gov. 132 more words

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Westboro Church, Funeral Picketing, and the First Amendment

Let us imagine we are conversing about the US Constitution’s very important, yet at times misused First Amendment rights. Understandably, it may not, under casual circumstances, be the first topic of which we are instinctually inclined to discuss; but for polemical and educational purposes, it may prove enlightening to examine the Supreme Court’s ruling in Snyder V. 1,010 more words

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Governor Snyder Pushing For Road Funding Vote

(WLNS) – Pieces of bridges are crumbling onto roads. That’s just one of the concerns Governor Snyder has with Michigan roads, he is not alone. 224 more words

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Skubick: Lawmakers Take On Road Repair Funding

(WLNS) – State lawmakers were back at the state capitol today and road funding was being discussed but there is no agreement on how to raise the revenue for the roads and 6 News Capitol correspondent Tim Skubick reports on where the talks are. 324 more words

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