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Jeff Radway, CEO of Green Peak Innovations — a fully-licensed grower and processor in Dimondale — organized a rally at the Capitol lawn this afternoon. His message: BigCanna can’t compete with the affordable prices offered by caregivers. Lawmakers need to gut “unsafe” weed from the market once and for all. more
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After an outcry from one of Lansing’s more economically challenged neighborhoods, Mayor Andy Schor is looking to reverse plans to bill hundreds of homeowners for an upcoming environmental study. more
Harry Gaskin IV was accused last May of failing to file six years’ worth of city of Lansing income tax papers. His total overdue tax bill, according to court records, was $730, plus $145.23 in penalties and another $75.23 in interest. He made one payment of $169. more
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For years, Jason Schreiber, the CEO of Lightspeed Communications, has looked to expand “revolutionary” Internet speeds to Lansing neighborhoods through new, fiber-optic data lines installed on virtually every utility pole within the city. It’s no easy feat, he contended. more
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 15 — Three people sickened after exposure to diseased pigs at the Fowlerville Family Fair are among few in the United States to contract a rare strain of influenza often labeled as “swine flu.” more
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is among this year’s seven recipients of the City Pulse LGBTQ+ Inclusion Awards. more
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has some career advice for a member of the state Medical Marihuana Licensing Board, which is being phased out. more
Nancy Pelosi is back as U.S. House speaker and it’s not because new U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Holly, voted for her. more
City Council members voted Monday to offload the historic, city-owned Cooley Haze House on Malcolm X Street to a local real estate agent for $20,000. The Realtor, Joe Vitale, said he plans to restore the exterior and renovate the interior for a shop for “architectural and building material salvage. more
TUESDAY, MAY 22 — Unlike years past, when the budget process was fraught with name calling, veto threats and long meetings, the Lansing City Council last night unanimously approved Mayor Andy Schor’s first budget proposal with few tweaks. more
Taking over the entire museum for several weeks, “The Transported Man” ran the gamut from a jaw-dropping upside-down, lifesized elephant sculpture by Daniel Firman to a tent full of real, flashing fireflies. In a typical Wahler touch, a bug zapper was included in the exhibit, along with the flies. more
Lansing: Streets out of the way of traffic and sidewalks except in the downtown shopping district. That’s Larch Street on the east, St. Joseph St.on the south, Capitol Avenue on the west and Shiawassee Street on the north. East Lansing: Anywhere, just don’t disrupt car or foot traffic. more
There’s an almost palpable excitement to this time of the year as plans are made for a busy season of parties and celebrations. Store shelves are stuffed, “Top 10 Gifts” lists are published, and the hunt for the perfect something begins. Before you commit to the hustle and bustle of shopping and searching high and low - it doesn’t have to be this way. more
A combined medical marijuana dispensary and growing and processing facility for up to 1,500 plants is hoping to take root in Meridian Township after the state granted it prequalification status today. more
MONDAY, May 21 — The Lansing City Council is expected tonight to strike all or part of an $80,000-a-year subsidy to the City Market in order to fund a new code enforcement inspector. more
TUESDAY, AUG. 14 — Acting under pressure, Ingham County Commissioner Dennis Louney has submitted his resignation following allegations he violated campaign laws. Louney ten more
Despite widespread voter support, elected officials in Delta Township have turned their backs on the recreational marijuana market with a unanimous vote to ban the industry within their borders. more
MONDAY, AUG. 13 — A legal battle waged by one of the last tenants at the Lansing City Market could hinder plans to reinvent the space as a riverside bar clings to life and city officials plan to push forward without it. more
“I don’t think the taxpayers want to be subsidizing a bar,” said Wood in a phone call Tuesday. Many on the Council are pushing to cut the money and funnel it into the city’s code compliance program, specifically to pay for an officer to police the city’s business corridors. more
Overcoming the sentiments she expressed two years that a candidate for reelection should not be president of the Lansing City Council, Carol Wood accepted a second term as the Council’s head last night. more
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