The Michigan News Quiz: The week that was.

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It’s time again for the Bridge Magazine Weekly News Quiz.

Take out your No. 2 pencils. Now put them away. It’s an online quiz, silly.

You know the routine. Answer 10 questions about statewide news in Michigan last week. See how your score compares. Post results to Facebook and Twitter.

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

Michigan seniors learn they CAN lose their home on a reverse mortgage

After Las Vegas, Michigan GOP Reps are weighing action on deadly device

Owe taxes? That’s OK. Wayne County will still sell you foreclosed homes.

Some good news on poverty, but Michigan still has a long way to go

Diary of a longshot: Inside Coleman Young’s no-frills bid for Detroit mayor.

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Kevin Grand
Fri, 10/13/2017 - 12:50pm

"Why is state Sen. Pat Colbeck upset at Sen. Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof?"

Oh, I'm sure that Gov. , er, I mean Sen. Colbeck will deal with Meekhof's little temper tantrum appropriately and in good time.