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Across the nation, a dramatically downscaled vision of affordable housing is popping up, like outcrops of colorful mushrooms, and it’s starting to pop up in Lansing. more
Festooned with greenery and smelling of fresh pine, the wheelchair ramp on the north side of 615 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. is a cheerful sight and a possible life saver for the resident, a 90-year-old veteran who had developed health issues and become prone to falling in recent months.  more
In some other time and in some other place, Sen. Pete Lucido’s careless comments to younger women he’d met around the state Capitol would have been nervously laughed off.    more
In November 2018, more than two-thirds of state voters supported sweeping changes to Michigan’s absentee voting laws, bringing us in line with 27 other states that allow no-reason absentee voting. more
Hundreds of government employees working for the cities of Lansing and East Lansing and Ingham County government were paid more than $100 million in total last year. Many of them collected six-figure paychecks, leaning heavily on taxpayer dollars to bring home the bread for their own families. more
The idea has been raised: Should Lansing rename a local street after President Barack Obama? more
Cash flowing from the city of Lansing to a local nonprofit operated by one of the city’s top executives points to conflicting interests and could help explain what prompted officials to put Joan Jackson Johnson out of a job. more
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is tapping the brakes on a recent anti-marijuana advertising campaign after facing backlash over its largely false and misleading take on cannabis consumption. more
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