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Tag: Talking WHAT?
Down here .. yeah, here.
Now that I have your attention:
Its just something too good for Michigan law enforcement to pass up.
Happy grant writing boys.
Oh yeah .. don't leave your toys unattended for too long. (Below the fold)
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+ Michigan Congress Dems support Schauer for governor
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+ 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
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+ Obama defends drone strikes but says no cure-all
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