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CNS BUDGET WEEK 12 Nov. 21, 2023 To: CNS Editors From: Eric Freedman and Judy Putnam For technical problems, contact CNS technical manager Eryn Ho at (616) … more
LESS WATER USE: A new study finds that residents of major Great Lakes cities, including Lansing, are using less water, a trend with economic, social and environmental implications. The relationship … more
VACCINATION RATES: The state’s child vaccination rates are the lowest since 2011, and reasons include misinformation and inadequate resources for local public health agencies. Counties with the … more
Just weeks after lawmakers in Little Rock passed legislation shielding certain state records from public disclosure, opponents launched an effort to amend the Arkansas Constitution to protect access … more
CANCER: Residents of Huron, Sanilac and Tuscola counties in the Thumb have a disproportionately high rate of colorectal cancer, including a higher death rate, a new study finds. Risk factors include … more
The just-released Fifth National Climate Assessment contains some grim predictions about the future climate trajectory of the Midwest and the country as a whole. Temperatures are warming, … more
In spite of a blustery day, as the sun refused to make an appearance from behind the low gray clouds, nearly two dozen people gathered Monday in downtown Ann Arbor Monday to mark 2023’s Trans Day … more
With a few vital exceptions across America, the 2023 election was scheduled to deal with local government. Tip O’Neill famously coined the phrase, “all politics is local.” Oh, if the former … more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed legislation aimed to keep guns out of abusers’ hands in Kalamazoo, 24 years after the tragic death of Maggie Wardle, 19, at the hands of an ex-boyfriend. “I could … more
WASHINGTON — The Democratic and Republican nominees for president would debate three times next year if both candidates agree to a schedule released Monday by the nonpartisan Commission on … more
As the United Auto Workers (UAW) union votes to ratify contracts with General Motors, Ford and Stellantis, the Detroit Casino Council strike will continue at MGM Grand Casino following an … more
Leaders of a pro-Palestinian protest Friday at the University of Michigan claim that police acted “aggressively” and “violently” toward students as they staged a sit-in at the office of … more
More ticks. More mosquitos. Less snowmobiling and ice fishing. Those are just a few of the climate impacts facing Midwestern states in the coming decades, according to the just-released Fifth … more
The anti-abortion movement won a momentous victory last year when the right-wing U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. After almost a half-century, the constitutional right to abortion was … more
Michigan State men’s basketball took the floor again Sunday afternoon to host Alcorn State. The Spartans were looking for a win to close out the homestand, but they would have to do so without … more
After winning in dominant fashion against Detroit Mercy, 104-44, the Spartans closed out their four-game homestand with a win against the Evansville Purple Aces. The post Michigan State women’s … more
The Michigan State hockey team took on the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers in a high-stakes battle this weekend at Munn Ice Arena, sweeping the Badgers by scores of 4-2 and 3-2. The post Michigan State … more
The first Democratic-majority Legislature in four decades ended a frenzied year early this month after sending the governor a slew of legislative priorities, including a clean energy overhaul, … more
The federal government unfairly penalizes state-legal marijuana businesses whose owners have been convicted of marijuana-related crimes, restricting them from loans and other banking tools, a group … more
Coming into this season, the highly praised Michigan State basketball was ranked No. 4 in the country. After two tough losses so far in this young season, the Spartans got back to form, downing the … more
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