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A Michigan House committee has approved a bill that would shift nearly two-million-dollars earmarked for Cobo Center to ski resort projects in northern Michigan.  Supporters of the move say the money would help create a world-class Olympic-level attraction.

The Michigan Senate Wednesday gave unanimous approval to a package of bills intended to prevent another government embarrassment like the one in which tens of thousands of residents were falsely accused of unemployment fraud. 

A Michigan House committee has voted to make English the state's official language.  Supporter Lee Chatfield of Levering says 32-other states already have such a law and that the bill would codify something that's already a reality in the state.
 

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MICHIGAN FAMILY BANNED FROM COOKOUTS
Couple Threatened With Litigation After Hosting Daughter's Wedding
Posted by Strickland Now at 10:28am 12/14/17
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New rule: You're not allowed to host friends at your home anymore.  Oh, also, you're not allowed to have your family over to your house anymore.

This is literally what Oceola Township officials are telling one family.  Oh yeah, just ONE family. 

Presenting "Three Weddings and a Funeral." 

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