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I'll be hitting the blog list cull and add session again soon enough, and figured it would be a good time to highlight a couple of our Michigan based blogs.
One that I am glad to see back up and regular is the Hall of Record. A Natural Solution to Our energy Needs today talks about the use of Natural Gas for vehicles. I have commentary, but will share it when there is a field to place it in. (Hint)
The Blog of Bodnar hits the national interest Republican presidential results of Iowa in Iowa Is Over Whats Next? Take a breath. Indeed.
Jack McHugh at CapCon picks up the right to work story recently highlighted by Mitch Daniels of Indiana. Strong Support for Right-to-Work Measures in the Michigan Legislature reminds us that there are folks in Lansing that have been actively pursuing this even over the fear of the nerd and senate majority leader.
Could cities in Michigan be the next to "ban the box"? The Wizard of Laws considers it in America's Newest Protected Class -- Felons! Keep the Crystal Ball warmed up wiz, and maybe some alka seltzer on the side. We'll need it.
Conservative First has been gracious enough to pass a few gems over to this forum in the last year. A few of them you may not have seen, but he highlights the best over at the Western Right.
Update [2012-1-5 7:29:0 by JGillman]: I HAD to add this. God Bless you Rose. Wayne County Taxpayers - Recalling Recall and Senate Joint Resolution 5 I am with you.
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Kathy Hoekstra does a bang up job as usual with her roll out video the became available today.
Worth a "like." Kudos to her, CapCon,and the Mackinac Center for bringing a little more information forward on this important issue to Michigan.
Feel free to pass around. Also feel free to pass around linkage to the Michigan Freedom To Work Website.
External FeedsMetro/State News RSS from The Detroit News
+ Davidson family members in legal battle over late businessman's foundation
+ Detroit's creditors could target Detroit Institute of Arts collection
+ Laura Berman: Entrepreneur's urban tree farm is taking root
+ Detroit council OKs Bing's budget with deeper cuts
+ Detroit union leaders threaten shutdown of 36th District Court amid talk of layoffs
+ Frost possible in Metro Detroit as cold front brings in low temperatures
+ Man charged in electronics' thefts from school district
+ Retired Troy doctor killed in crash
+ Detroit council OKs Bing's $1.1B budget with amendments
+ Report slams leadership of 36th District Court in Detroit
+ Dearborn pays $300,000 in deal with missionaries
+ Saginaw bus-van crash sends 4 to hospital, breaks gas line
+ Tips dwindle in Nevaeh Buchanan's kidnapping, slaying
+ Former mistress hasn't ruled out lawsuit against McCree
+ Metro Detroit's Memorial Day weekend forecast: cool and clear
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+ Fed furlough day after cuts hampers IRS, HUD services
+ MSU law professor plans AG bid
+ Rogers criticizes Justice Department's seizure of AP phone records
+ Obama: Sexual assault threatens trust in military
+ Michigan Congress Dems support Schauer for governor
+ Bill to shorten foreclosure redemption period advances
+ Larry Royster promoted to be clerk of the Michigan Supreme Court
+ Michigan Elections Director appointed to federal election commission
+ Bill would let Michigan install red-light cameras
+ Some unions now angry about health care overhaul
+ New IRS chief cleans house in wake of tea party controversy
+ Obama defends drone use, renews push to shut Gitmo
+ Nonprofit: Michigan understated risks of pet coke piles on Detroit River
+ Obama defends drone strikes but says no cure-all
+ Levin, Stabenow support Peters for U.S. Senate seat
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