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Archive for May, 2012

American Enterprise Institute: NEW STUDY: Wisconsin After Act 10

American Enterprise Institute Press Release: In a new American Enterprise Institute (AEI) study on public employee pay in Wisconsin, AEI resident scholar Andrew G. Biggs and Jason Richwine, a senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, compare the salaries and benefits received by state and local government employees in Wisconsin to those received by private […]

Michigan Democratic Party: GOP Supreme Court Candidate Colleen O’Brien Would Fit Perfectly on the Anti-Family, Pro-Insurance Company, Pro-Big Bank Court

Press Release of Michigan Democratic Party: Oakland County Circuit Judge is Clone of GOP Justices Who Rule for Special Interests LANSING – If voters are looking for more of the same – Justices who don’t protect Michigan families and children and instead protect special interests like insurance companies, big banks, oil companies, and drug companies […]

Governor Makes Appointments to Military Appeals Tribunal

LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed Thomas Bourque, of Ann Arbor, and Michael Distel, of East Grand Rapids, to the Military Appeals Tribunal. Created in 1980 and housed within the Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, the Military Appeals Tribunal has appellate jurisdiction to hear and review the records of all court-martial […]

Summer Events Abound in Michigan State Parks and Recreation Areas

With more activities than ever now taking place in Michigan’s state parks, recreation areas, forest campgrounds and harbors, there’s something happening “close to home” in just about every part of the state – giving families the opportunity to visit state parks, explore the great outdoors and discover where Pure Michigan summer memories are made. Whether […]

HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS BRING INAUGURAL SUMMER TOUR TO NORTHERN MICHIGAN JULY 31 TO AUGUST 4

The world famous Harlem Globetrotters will visit Northern Michigan during the summer for the first time in team history. The Hall of Fame organization, featuring world-class basketball players and entertainers, will play four games and much more from July 31-Aug. 4 – coordinated by the YMCA of Northern Michigan.. The festivities will include Globetrotter Previews […]

Building Safety Month: Reduce Risk of Wildfire Damage During Backyard Safety Wk. With IBHS Resources

Tampa, Fla. (May 30, 2012) – During Backyard Safety Week (May 28-31), which is part of National Building Safety Month, the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) is providing resources to help homeowners and business owners in wildfire-prone areas reduce their  risk to this potentially devastating natural hazard. An abundance of dry vegetation, […]

Appointments Made to Corn Marketing Committee

LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed John Burk, of Bay City, and reappointed Randall Poll, of Hamilton, to the Michigan Corn Marketing Committee. In partnership with the program director, the nine-member committee prepares and oversees the marketing program budget and makes amendment recommendations to the marketing program, which promotes the advancement of Michigan’s […]

Ex-Congressman Pete Hoekstra Calls for Birther Czar

Says CIA and FBI should staff office, investigate birth certificates of all Presidential candidates LANSING – The Hill is reporting that former Congressman Pete Hoekstra believes that the federal government should establish an Office of the Birther, led by a Birther Czar. Speaking at a Tea Party event in Lapeer County earlier this month, Hoekstra told […]

United States Mint to Release 2012 Star-Spangled Banner Bicentennial Silver Dollar Set on June 1

WASHINGTON – The United States Mint will open sales for the 2012 Star-Spangled Banner Bicentennial Silver Dollar Set on June 1 at noon Eastern Time (ET).  The limited-edition set contains a proof quality Star-Spangled Banner Silver Dollar, a reproduction of one of Francis Scott Key’s original manuscripts of his poem “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the full […]

New Bering Sea Research Reveals Impacts on American Fisheries

NOAA and partners also examine ecosystem changes on sea birds and marine mammals May 30, 2012 Krill and copepods, types of zooplankton – tiny animals that live in aquatic environments. This image was captured by Jeff Napp of the NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center as part of his work on the Bering Sea Project. Download […]

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