The Michigan News Quiz. The (horrors!) snow edition

Yes, you read that right. Snow is in the forecast for parts of Michigan in the next week.

Yes, it’s not yet November. And yes, it will be OK. Somehow.

Breathe in. Breathe out. Visualize the events of the past week. Feel better? You are now ready for the fabulous Bridge Magazine Weekly News Quiz.

The test may be challenging, but the rules aren’t. Answer 10 multiple choice questions. See how your score compares. Post results to Facebook and Twitter. Pat yourself on the back for being a soldier in the war against #fakenews.

After the quiz, scroll down below for links to stories that you may have missed.

 

How Michigan’s auto insurance premiums became the nation’s highest

Business and Lansing need to help the other to expand childcare for working parents

Michigan keg law repealed. Lesson: Kegs are less harmful than booze.

Water crisis hits Michigan suburbs. ‘We’ve been sounding alarms for years’

Detroit schools compete for teachers. As usual, the students suffer.

Miss the Detroit mayoral debate? You can watch right here

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Rhonda Jewell
Tue, 10/31/2017 - 1:04pm

Betsy DeVos has poured money into for profit charters and the Republicans have gotten rich from DeVos contributions. It's time to favor children and not rich people who only want to get richer.

PaulinaCaz
Mon, 11/13/2017 - 3:51am

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