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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Right to Work advocates want tent teardown, lack of help investigated

Americans for Prosperity wants answers from Mayor Bernero, the county and Michigan State Police

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Dec. 13 — Two days after their tent was torn down allegedly by Right to Work protesters, advocates of the legislation want an investigation of the violence and what they say was a lack of police response.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Still no answers

Opponents to proposed Cristo Rey consolidation say they're still being left in the dark

by Sam Inglot
Wednesday, Dec. 19 — A group of five community members opposed to a proposal to consolidate Cristo Rey Community Center and St. Vincent Catholic Charities met with the Cristo Rey board this morning and walked out as frustrated as they walked in.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

BWL impostors

Utility warns customers of phony workers approaching residents

by Sam Inglot
Wednesday, Dec. 19 — The Lansing Board of Water and Light is warning customers of a person posing as a BWL employee who tried to gain entry into a customer’s home on Lansing’s Eastside on Tuesday.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Driving and THC

Ruling will hopefully lead to change in law, attorney says

by Sam Inglot
Friday, Dec. 21 — A ruling by 55th District Judge Thomas Boyd may signal a win for medical marijuana patients down the road who want to continue to drive while safely using their medication, says an attorney involved with the case.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Shootings and the media

MSU researcher says violent shooters thrive on widespread media coverage — and the media is partly to blame for not treating all violence equally

by Sam Inglot
Wednesday, Dec. 26 — School shootings are as old as the United States of America, but the way we look at them has changed in the past few decades, which is like fuel for the perpetrators, says a Michigan State University researcher.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

On LSD

A look at the issues to come in 2013: employee contracts and funding support

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Dec. 27 — There’s plenty of uncertainty heading into 2013 for the Lansing School District, including renegotiating contracts for nearly all district employees and uncertain budget support from the state and federal governments.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Party like it’s 2013

What to do for New Year’s Eve in Greater Lansing

by Sam Inglot
Friday, Dec. 28 — If you’re still searching for a party to help ring in the New Year next week, here’s a list of Lansing-area venues that are hosting some ball-dropping bashes with music, booze and food.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Local food growth

Transportation is a big challenge for the growing local food market

by Sam Inglot
Friday, Jan. 4 — The popularity and demand for locally grown food is increasing — however, this growing interest doesn’t come without challenges, according to two Lansing-area experts.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Building up deconstruction

Land bank, local company want to recycle more houses slated for demolition

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Jan. 31 — Rather than simply leveling demolition-bound houses it owns, the Ingham County Land Bank wants to see more of them “deconstructed” to recycle and reuse the materials.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Brewer vs. Johnson

Ingham County Dems lining up behind Lon Johnson for state party chair

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Feb. 21 — Several prominent Ingham County Democrats are backing Lon Johnson to chair the Michigan Democratic Party leading up to Saturday’s convention in Detroit. Johnson is challenging Mark Brewer, who is seeking re-election after chairing the state party since the mid ‘90s.
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