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MI Thrive Legislation Passes House

The Michigan House of Representatives approved a legislative priority of the Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance by passing the MI Thrive package, also referred to as the transformational brownfield program. 97 more words

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Alliance Sends Budget Priorities To Legislature

The presidents of the Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance sent a letter to legislators Monday, March 6th outlining their state budget priorities for Michigan’s 2017-18 Fiscal Year. 134 more words

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Alliance Completes Successful State Of The State Trip

Representatives of the Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance were on hand in Lansing for Governor Rick Snyder’s seventh State of the State address on Tuesday, January 17, 2017. 264 more words

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Michigan Legislature Concludes 2016 Lame Duck

The 2015-2016 session of the Michigan Legislature wrapped up on December 15, 2016. What was being touted as a potentially wild lame duck session ultimately came and went with very few controversial issues making it through to final passage. 509 more words

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Five Feet to Save Lives

It’s December, and it’s snowing, conditions when I normally put away my bikes for the year and dream about long rides next summer. Yet bikes are on my mind right now due to some recent and ongoing developments that could significantly improve cyclist safety and encourage more people to get on a bike. 654 more words

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Alliance Crafting 2017 Legislative Agenda

The Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance will focus next year on issues critical to Northern Michigan’s business community, specifically on building and maintaining a strong workforce for the region. 147 more words

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Lessenberry: Compensating the wrongly convincted

By Jack Lessenberry

LANSING, MI – Nobody should ever be forced to endure what David Gavitt and Julie Baumer had to endure.

They were both wrongly convicted of horrendous crimes. 644 more words

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