Consumers Energy Rate Hike Kicks In This Month
Typical residential customers can expect an increase of almost $7.00 a month.
Lockdown Ordered For 30 Residential Buildings In East Lansing
Residents at the 7 rental buildings and 23 fraternity and sorority houses are only allowed to leave to receive medical care or to obtain items that cannot be delivered. No doubt, someone is watching.
No Takeover Zone Will Be Allowed In Detroit – Police Chief
Detroit Police Chief James Craig is telling city residents he will not let any group set up a Seattle zone of lawlessness. “That is non-negotiable.”
Lawmakers Push For Investigation Of State Unemployment Agency
The lawmakers say the agency responsible for managing unemployment benefits assistance is running into a big hole with no vision to work out of it.
Firearms And Ammo In Short Supply
The demand for personal protection weapons has skyrocketed. Not just in this area, but nationwide.
Pepperoni Lovers May Cry About All This
Sadly, it’s the smaller individually owned pizza shops and smaller community multi restaurant chains most affected.
Lawsuit Accuses Governor Whitmer Of “Brazen Power Grab”
The orchard contends the Governor is overstepping her authority and forcing state departments, including the State Police to act like her Executive Orders automatically become state law.
State Orders Virus Testing For Agricultural And Food Workers
Michigan agricultural workers and those employed at food processing plants are now required to be tested for the COVID-19 virus.
Will You Send Your Kids Back To School This Fall?
If fully one-third of Michigan parents do end up keeping their kids from schools as indicated by the survey, that could mean about one half million Michigan K-12 students won’t be attending.
Michigan Gyms May Ask The SCOTUS To Let Them Open
It is not lost on anyone that nearly every fitness center kept closed by the Governor's order, was prepared to reopen with the protection of the federal court ruling.