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Bridge welcomes three new journalists to bolster our Lansing watchdog beat, coverage of Michigan’s environment and natural resources economy and our statewide social media and audience reach.
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Michigan’s two-time Newspaper of the Year is bolstering Lansing coverage to provide readers with insightful, substantive, fact-based journalism.