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You Don’t Say?

Another long-term scandal with no answers from the Snyder Administration Of late, even when he’s supposed to be taking questions from the press, Rick Snyder has been assiduously avoiding certain questions, most notably, anything having to do with his culpability in the poisoning of Flint families with lead in the water. But, expectations are also […]

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Snyder’s Shameless Kickbacks

Gov. Rick Snyder has once again appointed a politically-connected ally to a major position at a public institution. The governor recently decided to appoint Bobby Schostak, the former chair of the Michigan Republican Party and a chain restaurant/real estate investor, to serve on the Oakland University Board of Trustees. Surely there was nobody in Michigan […]

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Progress Michigan Files New FOIA Request to Attorney General

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE News from Progress Michigan December 1, 2015 Contact: Sam Inglot, 616-916-0574, sam@progressmichigan.org Progress Michigan Files New FOIA Request to Attorney General New request a response to Schuette’s office admitting he and staff used personal email to conduct state business LANSING — Today, Progress Michigan filed a new Freedom of Information Act request […]

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Legislative Rundown: December

Our representatives in the State House and Senate are coming back from their holiday break tomorrow and they have a lot of work to do in the three weeks they have before the legislative session ends for the year. That means that, starting tomorrow, our representatives could (and probably will) be voting on some major […]