Month: July 2022

Five Bills to Watch in the Michigan State Legislature: July 2022

The following article explains five bills that have been introduced, passed, or signed into law by the Michigan Legislature or Governor Gretchen Whitmer in the past month. Each month, The Michigan Daily publishes a compilation of bills from the Michigan Legislature for University of Michigan students. 1. Require some hospitals to provide treatment for opioid …

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Moment ‘Hijrah’: Coming out of the dark side of payday loans – Fri July 29, 2022

Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati (The Jakarta post) PRIME Jakarta ● Fri, July 29, 2022 Indonesia has become a promised land for the development of the mobile payday loan market (locally known as Pinjol). Based on data from the Financial Services Authority (OJK), in April, 122 companies provide legal payday loan services online. But data from …

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Michigan State Champions Bring Small Town Pride to Little League Softball Region

CLARE, MI – As the gateway to the North, Clare – population 3,127 – is easy to spot on the map of Michigan. But he was rarely found on the softball map until now. With a stunning run at the Major Little League Softball State Championship, little Clare has become Michigan’s biggest deal. Now the …

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Michigan State PG Tre Holloman set for big role with Spartan hoops

Incoming freshman Tre Holloman knows what it means to play basketball for Michigan State and Tom Izzo. This season he’s trying to show he has what it takes to be a reliable offensive option, according to Nathaniel Bott of the Lansing State Journal. Holloman recently played in the Moneybag Pro-Am, a summer preseason tournament, where …

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Whitmer signs general budget and vetoes anti-abortion articles | Michigan News | Detroit

Click to enlarge state of michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. With the stroke of a pen on Wednesday afternoon, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed off on the remainder of the state‘s fiscal year 2023 budget and vetoed posts that directed funds to anti-abortion resource centers on the pregnancy. The $76 billion budget, which has garnered bipartisan support, …

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Advocates call for restrictions on ‘predatory’ payday loans | Local News

Local nonprofit advocates plan to ask the Mankato City Council to impose interest rate caps on what they call “predatory” payday lenders. Payday loans, which are typically $500 or less, give borrowers quick cash to pay off in full at a high interest rate on their next paycheck. Critics say the loans target people in …

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Michigan State basketball great Stan Washington dies at 78

While Michigan did their best to stay within striking distance of Villanova in the 2018 Basketball National Championship game in San Antonio, few cheered louder for the Wolverines than Stan Washington. It wasn’t a dyed-in-the-wool Wolverine. No, Washington was one of the greatest players in Michigan State history. On that April night in Texas, however, …

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Central Michigan community members say new 3-digit suicide hotline is helpful

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) — The national suicide hotline number was changed to 988 on Saturday. Tens of thousands of people commit suicide each year in the United States. In Michigan, this happened more than the national average. Now, calling 988, wherever you are, can help you in a mental health crisis. Shannon Norris felt that …

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Michigan State athletes, football coach Mel Tucker participating in the Big Life Series: Selma at Montgomery

Before fall sports athletes reconvene on their respective campuses and officially begin training for their 2022 seasons, the Big Ten hosted a unique three-day event for dozens of conference athletes. , coaches, administrators, staff members and “other key stakeholders”. From Friday through Sunday, 100 Big Ten representatives will participate in Big Life Series: …

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Opinion: Climate legislation would boost Michigan’s economy | Opinion

With over 11,000 lakes and 23 million acres of forest, Michigan has a breathtaking environment. Our outdoor recreation industry provides more than 230,000 jobs and generates $30 billion a year for the people of Michigan. Our environment is a component of our economic well-being. Environmental concerns are central to Michigan’s future prosperity, and they matter …

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Northern Michigan State Troopers Receive Body Cameras

July 14 – CADILLAC – Michigan State Police officers in northern Lower Michigan will now wear body cameras to record interactions during traffic stops and other operations. MSP’s Seventh District – which includes posts in Alpena, Gaylord, Cadillac and Houghton Lake – will equip its 146 troops with cameras, according to Lt. Derrick Carroll, MSP …

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Bird flu outbreak suspected in Michigan community bordering Wisconsin

MENOMINEE, MI – Police here are warning residents of a possible bird flu outbreak in the area. “We have received multiple reports from within the city and surrounding areas of sick, dying or dead birds,” read a statement this week on the Menominee Police Department’s Facebook page. “Please stay away from sick, dying or dead …

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Initiatives fight for voter rights in Michigan | Michigan News

By JOEY CAPPELLETTI, Associated Press/Report for America LANSING, Mich. (AP) — An effort to lock in some voting rights in the Michigan Constitution has taken a major step toward the fall ballot, eclipsing a rival Republican-led campaign to limit absentee voting and add other limitations. Promote The Vote, a coalition of 27 groups, filed nearly …

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Michigan community leaders gather to discuss school safety

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) — It’s easy to raise your arms in frustration and despair over school security, especially the Oxford and Uvalde shootings. But school leaders and legislators don’t have that luxury – they have to come up with solutions. On July 11, 2022, they met at Thorburn Education Center in Mason to discuss what …

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EXPLAINER: Will parents face legal issues during the July 4 attack? | Michigan News

By KATHLEEN FOODY, Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — In 2019, Robert E. Crimo III was too young to independently apply for a firearms license in Illinois. His father sponsored the request just months after an unidentified family member called the police to report the son had a collection of knives and threatened to “kill everyone”. …

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Machine learning begins to understand the human gut

The Venturelli lab robot that creates the microbial communities used to train and test the algorithms. Image Courtesy: Venturelli Lab Study: Recurrent Neural Networks Enable Design of Multifunctional Dynamics of the Synthetic Human Gut Microbiome (DOI: 10.7554/eLife.73870) The communities formed by human gut microbes can now be predicted more accurately thanks to a new computer …

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Top rookies: Michigan State OL sign up Johnathan Slack loves pancakes

MLive is spending the summer checking out Michigan’s top football rookies of 2023. From Monday to Saturday each week, MLive will feature a new athlete. Today provides a look at Detroit Martin Luther King offensive lineman Johnathan Slack, a Michigan State draftee who likes to be physical in the trenches. organic Height: 6 feet 3 …

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Former Michigan State QB Drew Stanton Gives Back After NFL Retirement

LANSING — Drew Stanton stood on the 11th tee box at the Lansing Country Club on Monday, greeting each group of golfers who passed by. All morning and afternoon. His relaxed smile said it all. It’s pretty good being a retired NFL quarterback. “A lot of guys I’ve been around and talked to, when you …

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Detective Lt. looks back on 35 years with the Michigan State Police and SANE

A man who has made northern Michigan communities a little safer over the past two decades is hanging up his hat. Detective Lt. Ken Mills retired from the Michigan State Police. Detective Lt. Mills has worked for the Michigan State Police for 35 years. “I think as a young officer; you want to try to …

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