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Archive for July, 2013

Statement By Jim Santilli Executive Director Of The Traffic Improvement Association Of Michigan

I am disappointed to learn that two law enforcement officers were allegedly committing armed robberies in Metro Detroit. The public provided a great deal of trust to the two officers so they may uphold the law, and if guilty, these individuals violated that trust. As someone who works very closely with law enforcement, I want […]

Food Stamp Recipients ARE working

Flint, Mich. – July 30, 2013 – As Congress consider additional and inflexible work requirements for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – formerly food stamps) recipients, anti-hunger advocates at the Center for Civil Justice (CCJ) worry that lawmakers are proposing new rules without considering who actually gets SNAP and why. According to U.S. Agriculture Secretary […]

Senate Rubber Stamps Obama Nominees

July 30, 2013, Fairfax, VA—Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today issued the following statement reacting to the impending confirmation of two Obama nominees to the National Labor Relations Board: “The rubber stamping of two nominees to the National Labor Relations Board without even a semblance of basic Senatorial vetting, signifies the damage done […]

Heartland Expert Will Testify Tomorrow before Michigan Legislature on Common Core

Joy Pullmann, education research fellow for The Heartland Institute, will testify before the Michigan State House Education Committee in opposition to the national Common Core education standards. What: Michigan House Education Committee Hearing on Common Core education standards Where: Room 519, House Office Building, Lansing, Michigan When: Wednesday, July 30, 2013 at 10 a.m. Who: […]

UAW to Open Negotiations with State of Michigan

LANSING, Mich. – UAW President Bob King and UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada will join State of Michigan officials at a news conference July 31 for the official handshake signifying the start of 2013 labor negotiations. State of Michigan workers represented by UAW Local 6000 are employed in various sectors of state service in the […]

Conservative Intel Polls Michigan

Washington, D.C. – Conservative Intelligence Briefing released a poll today that surveyed voters in Michigan on the Detroit bankruptcy. Check out the results in the link below. Detroit Poll About Conservative Intelligence Briefing The Conservative Intelligence Briefing is your best source for insider news and information about Conservative Republican candidates and politics. Check us out […]

Snyder: Detroit Arena/Entertainment Project Expected to Create 4,380 Construction Jobs and Help Revitalize City

LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder announced key Michigan Strategic Fund actions to support construction of a new Detroit events center and entertainment district, a project expected to create 4,380 construction jobs and help revitalize the city. “This new entertainment district will be much more than a new arena for the Detroit Red Wings. This […]

Michigan Governor Snyder: $767 Million In New Investment Expected to Create Nearly 5,000 Jobs

LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) approved state support for three economic development projects in Detroit, Lansing and St. Joseph that are projected to generate more than $767 million in new investment and create nearly 5,000 jobs. “The reinvention of Michigan is working and making our state the Comeback State. These projects will […]

Community Coalition Demands that the Emergency Manager Put People First

(Detroit, MI) On Wednesday, July 24 at 2:30 P.M. a coalition of community allies will hold a press conference outside of the federal court house in support of Detroit public workers and retirees. The coalition will demand that Governor Rick Snyder and Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr rethink their Chapter 9 bankruptcy plans and put the […]

New Plan UnveiledCalls on Gov. Snyder, Legislature to Implement Sweeping Reforms to Michigan’s Educator Evaluation System

MEDIA ADVISORY New plan to be unveiled Wednesday calls on Gov. Snyder, Legislature to implement sweeping reforms to Michigan’s educator evaluation system Evaluations expected to improve classroom instruction for state’s 1.5 million K-12 students WHO: The Michigan Council for Educator Effectiveness (MCEE) – an independent commission of education experts created by Gov. Snyder and the […]

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