14 Covid-19 Outbreaks Have Been Reported on Michigan Campuses
Here's where the current Coronavirus outbreaks are taking place in Michigan.
New Report Tracks History of Michigan’s 1945 Emergency Law
Law was last used 50 years ago and repeatedly stirred controversy
Michigan Man Allegedly Fired For Catching Covid-19
A Michigan waiter is suing his former employer for firing him after coming down with Covid-19 symptoms.
Governor Whitmer Looking Into Reopening Of Gyms, Bowling Alleys, And Movie Theaters
We will know more next week.
Here’s a Calhoun County Treasure You Might Not Know About
Destination: Wilder Creek Conservation Club
Battle Creek Transit Works Toward Return To Normal Service
Battle Creek Transit has operated fare-free since late March. The city administration decided to continue public transportation services to the community, while also helping prevent the spread of the virus.
Farm Workers Lose Civil Rights Claim Over Virus Testing
They claimed an order from the Michigan Health and Human Services Department specifically requiring them to submit to COVID-19virus testing amounted to a violation of their civil rights.
State Rep. Hall Moves To Protect Small Businesses From Tax Hikes
Hall says the idea is to prevent businesses from being forced to pay higher taxes after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer used Executive Orders powers to close them.