6/21/19 AG Nessel says that the MI Civil Rights Commish can ignore an opinion by her predecessor that the commission has no authority to enforce LGBTQ rights under the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act. More candidates surface in MI’s 3rd Congressional District.
Financial problems in the Benton Harbor School District and whether its high school must close have not been resolved by Gov. Whitmer, but parties negotiate. In Senate R’s search for new revenue to “fix the damn roads” without raising gas taxes, they consider securitization of state assets, bonding, and extending the deadline by which time MI is supposed to finalize the paydown on its long-term debt. Interview with Vanguard’s Jen Eyer. Sponsored by www.vanguard-pa.com and www.deadlinedetroit.com.
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