Environmental officials say they’re looking for more ways to keep safe drinking water safe for 100 thousand Michigan residents who rely on Lake Erie. That’s after Toledo was recently forced to issue a no-drinking order that effected about 34 thousand residents of southeast Michigan. Read more→
The Michigan Senate interrupts its summer recess Wednesday and returns to the state Capitol. It’s widely anticipated the Senate will vote on a measure to allow wolf hunting in the Upper Peninsula.
This would be the third time state lawmakers weigh in on the wolf-hunting controversy. The question was put to the Legislature this time by a petition drive. It would essentially circumvent two challenges on the November ballot to earlier wolf hunting laws. Read more→