Where Michigan governor candidates stand on taxes, spending

Where Michigan governor candidates stand on taxes, spending

July 16, 2018 | Mike Wilkinson

Republican, Democratic and Libertarian candidates for governor outline their plans to spend money –  and whether they’ll want more taxes.

California’s redistricting commission has some free advice for Michigan

July 16, 2018 | Ron French

California has had a citizen redistricting commission since 2008 similar to the one proposed in Michigan. One lesson from the Left Coast: be prepared for lawsuits.

Opinion | Please Gov. Snyder, protect immigrant children shipped to Michigan

July 16, 2018 | Rep. Tim Greimel

The state isn’t powerless to intercede on behalf of children separated from their parents at the Mexican border and housed in Michigan, says Rep. Tim Greimel

Michigan to sue 3M as toxic PFAS chemicals taint waters

July 13, 2018 | Jim Malewitz

Gov. Rick Snyder has asked Attorney General Bill Schuette to sue 3M, accusing the chemical giant of continuing to sell toxic products despite knowing dangers.

Michigan enlists ‘Shop-Vac on steroids’ to fight toxic PFAS foam

July 13, 2018 | Jim Malewitz

Michigan environmental regulators have hatched a novel plan to get vacuum of toxic foam bubbling up in Oscoda and other PFAS-tainted communities. Will it work? Nobody’s sure.

Map | Find PFAS threats to drinking water in Michigan

July 13, 2018 | Jim Malewitz

A chemical used in Air Force bases, clothing and household items is threatening waterways in Michigan. Use this map to find out where.

How the EPA and the Pentagon downplayed a growing toxic PFAS threat

July 13, 2018 | Abrahm Lustgarten

A family of chemicals — known as PFAS and responsible for marvels like Teflon and critical to the safety of American military bases — has now emerged as a far greater menace than previously disclosed.

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