The company still faces an obstacle to its expansion because it still needs a permit to build a boost pump for the increased groundwater withdrawals. Osceola Township has appealed a Mason County judge’s ruling in December that allows the bottled-water company to proceed with building a new 12-by-22-foot booster pumping station in western Michigan. … [Read more...] about State OKs permit letting Nestle draw more water in west Michigan
“Elissa Slotkin is a true public servant who has experience working to solve tough problems, no matter what. Michigan’s 8th District — and our entire country — needs a leader who understands that the strength of our country abroad is only as strong as our economy at home,” said Biden, who hasn’t ruled out another presidential run. … [Read more...] about Michigan lawmakers among wealthiest in Congress
Background: Thanedar, 62, of Ann Arbor is a businessman and entrepreneur who has owned and managed several companies in the chemical and pharmaceutical testing field. The political newcomer has contributed close to $6 million of his own money to his campaign for governor. He wants to end corporate welfare for big corporations and help small businesses and entrepreneurs. … [Read more...] about 18 candidates aiming to replace Rick Snyder as Michigan governor
"Governor Snyder has failed to address the psychological trauma that his administration put the people of Flint through. The fact is, the people of Flint don't trust the Snyder administration or the science they pay for -– science that previously allowed our city to be poisoned," Neeley said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Michigan says it will no longer provide free bottled water for Flint
But Chief Justice Stephen Markman, in a series of pointed exchanges, pointed out the school code provides schools with that authority “except as otherwise provided by law.” The Michigan penal code, he continued, exempts concealed pistol permit holders from a misdemeanor penalty for carrying a gun on school property. … [Read more...] about Did schools’ gun policies ‘subvert’ Michigan law?