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Wednesday, July 24,2013

A fight for City Hall

by Walt Sorg
The battle for control of City Hall, and the split it has created in Lansing's political and organized labor hierarchies, has become one of the harder-to-decipher political stories of the year. And it has brought rare discord within the city's most potent political force: organized labor.
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Monday, July 22,2013

Kids in the Hall

City Council and administration will work together on St. Petersburg situation

by Sam Inglot
Monday, July 22 — Lansing City Councilwoman Jody Washington said tonight she will collaborate with Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero and the rest of the Council on a unified message against the anti-gay laws in St. Petersburg, Russia, a Sister City.
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Saturday, July 20,2013

From Russia without love

Debate stirs as public officials weigh in on Sister City program with St. Petersburg

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, July 19 — Despite opposition from Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, the Lansing City Council will be asked Monday to consider pulling out of its Sister City program with St. Petersburg, Russia, because of anti-gay laws there.
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Saturday, July 20,2013

Remembering Helen

The passing of legendary Helen Thomas stirs memories

by BERL SCHWARTZ
Saturday, July 20 — I was Helen Thomas’ boss. Not for long, but long enough to create some wonderful memories.
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Thursday, July 18,2013

UAW/Chamber endorsements

In a rare move, dueling political groups endorse Bernero and his supporters on City Council

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, July 17 — Although the two organizations rarely agree on politics, the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce and the United Auto Workers Region 1-C are on the same page for the citywide elections this fall.
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Thursday, July 18,2013

Pure Iowa?

Schauer launches petition asking Snyder why he outsourced travel guide

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, July 18 — The Mark Schauer for Governor campaign has launched a petition drive asking why the Snyder administration outsourced the Pure Michigan travel guide to an Iowa publisher when it could have printed it less expensively in Michigan.
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Wednesday, July 17,2013

EYE CANDY OF THE WEEK

by Kali Jo Wolkow
Property: 1800 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing Owner: Hilde Wright Assessed Value: $33,100 Michigan Avenue wasn't always a business district. If you look closely, you'll see that many of those commercial buildings look like a lot like houses.
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Wednesday, July 17,2013

Votes and the veto

In a City Council race with veto implications, how do 4th Ward voters perceive Councilwoman Jessica Yorko's support of the mayor?

by Sam Inglot
The city's budget battle this year was not won by compromise between the Lansing City Council and Mayor Virg Bernero. Bernero got his way by vetoing all of the amendments the Council had made to his budget.
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Wednesday, July 17,2013

The rest of the ticket

by Walt Sorg
Why do we need a primary election, or state party conventions? Twelve months before either major party officially picks its candidates for state office, it looks the November 2014 ballot is just about set.
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Wednesday, July 17,2013

More on the Okemos 7

by JoAnn Forsberg
We hold no grudges toward federal workers; federal laws are the problem. A tug-of-war exists between the states and the federal government.
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