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(MPRN-Lansing) Michigan elections officials say there’s nothing in the law to prevent former state Representatives Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat from running for their old jobs. 


Michigan Child and Adult Protective Services workers are eligible for more overtime pay after a recent arbitration decision. 

"Nearly one in four female undergraduate students say they have had nonconsensual sexual contact since arriving on campus, according to a new national survey. The survey, conducted by the the Association of American Universities, shows 23.1% of female undergraduates report being the victim of nonconsenual sexual contact." (Detroit Free Press)

Michigan Congresswoman Candice Miller says she’s not surprised that former State Representative Todd Courser is running again for his House seat. 


Governor Rick Snyder has started a political fund to support candidates who share his centrist views on governing. The governor revealed his new political fund over the weekend at a Republican conference on Mackinac Island.