Myanmar's military-led government extends state of emergency, forcing delay in promised election
Myanmar’s military-controlled government has extended the state of emergency it imposed when the army seized power from an elected government 2 1/2 years ago, forcing a further delay in elections it promised when it took over.
Checking back in on Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s promises 6 months after State of the State
Even Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s detractors (and there remain quite a few in our polarized times) have to admit she managed to accomplish most of the objectives she laid out in her State of the State address back in January.
Paper manufacturer sued by Michigan AG for release of PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ in St. Clair County
The Michigan Department of Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against a paper manufacturer over the release of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), also known as “forever chemicals,” from its manufacturing processes.
Michigan elections director warns ballot proposal challengers to cease harassment, threatening behavior
In a letter this week, the head of the Michigan Bureau of Elections used his strongest language yet, telling the attorney for the group behind recount efforts across the state that recent disruptions will not be tolerated.