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Last Week on the MLC Blog

Sep 10, 2018

In his latest blog post, MLC lobbyist Brendan Ringlever explained why businesses should have a fear of missing out when it comes to government.

The race for Attorney General of Michigan is heating up. The Michigan Speaker of the House is facing off with a longtime attorney from Wayne County.

In the 32nd Senate District, incumbent Ken Horn is being challenged by a term-limited House member in this this seat, which has a near 50-50 split district base.

In the general election, a former State Representative and a political newcomer are both hoping to represent the 34th Senate district.

The legislature voted to approve of two citizen’s initiatives effecting Michigan workers and businesses.

The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that the option for straight ticket voting cannot be on Michigan’s general election ballot this November.

The Board of State Canvassers certified three proposals for the ballot this November.

Members of the House Democratic caucus held a press conference urging the legislature to take immediate action to strengthen PFAS water quality standards.

In our weekly “Five Things We’re Reading” feature we had articles on what employees rank as their top office perk, whether it’s healthier to live in a city or in the country, plus more.

A look at events during the week of September 8 – 14, 2018.

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