8/31/18 MI legislature may enact two proposals that would otherwise head for the Nov. 6 general election ballot. Relatively uneventful state conventions of the two major parties last weekend, although Democrats’ was too long and Republicans aren’t happy about Beth Clement, one of their Supreme Court nominees.
Federal judge orders a “No-Party” candidate for Attorney General on the ballot, even though state law says he didn’t file enough signatures to qualify.
Interview with Doug Pratt of the Michigan Education Association, explaining how Michigan’s public school teachers haven’t been hurt as badly by the state’s new Right to Work law as many think. Sponsored by Deadline Detroit.
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