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11/15/2019 09:43 AM
A former Michigan lawmaker says he took a picture of an unusual deer. a buck with three antlers in the Upper Peninsula.
Michigan says it remains willing to contribute $8 million toward initial stages of a project to prevent invasive carp from reaching the Great Lakes. The money will go towards a project in Illinois.
The state of Michigan is lowering or eliminating fees assessed on people who register to use marijuana for medical reasons.
Michigan environmental regulators are promising faster reviews of applications to protect homes or structures threatened by rising Great Lakes levels.
Michigan would allow sports betting and online gambling under bills that have been approved by the state House and will move to the Senate for further consideration.
Members of the military serving overseas could cast an electronic ballot in Michigan elections under bipartisan bills advancing in the Legislature.
Michigan students rank roughly middle of the pack in reading on the nation's report card, inching up slightly in the latest two-year testing cycle.
Florence County in rural northeastern Wisconsin declared itself a Second Amendment sanctuary, a move commissioners say is designed to send a "keep your hands off our guns" message to politicians.