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Flint City Officials to Hold Environmental Justice Summit »

" FLINT, Mich. — Mayor Karen Weaver and Flint’s Chief Public Health Advisor, Dr. Pamela Pugh, have invited national environmental justice experts to join area residents in discussions centered on key aspects of environmental justice and public health issues in Flint. The Environmental Justice Summit will take place March 9-10, 2017, at Grace Emmanuel Baptist Church located at 3502 Lapeer Road in Flint. The event is free, registration is required. "



Board of State Canvassers Meeting - February 28, 2017 »

"Board of State Canvassers Meeting - February 28, 2017"



February Issue Paper - An Introduction to the History and Regulation of Online Gaming »

"February Issue Paper - An Introduction to the History and Regulation of Online Gaming"



Capitol and Community Update - Rep. Lasinski »

"Welcome to my latest e-newsletter! Our coffee hours have been drawing such large crowds that I am working to schedule coffees in all of our communities over the next six weeks. Our next coffee hour will be in Chelsea. Included below is information about the upcoming coffee hour, community events and an update on what I’ve been doing in Lansing. As always, please feel free to contact my office if you have any questions or ideas about legislation. You can contact me and my staff at(517) 373-0828, by email at DonnaLasinski@house.mi.gov or by visiting my website at RepLasinski.com."



Dingell, Trott Urge EPA to Expedite Review of Enbridge Line 5 Inspection Schedule »

"DEARBORN, MI – U.S. Representatives Debbie Dingell (MI-12) and David Trott (MI-11) today sent a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt urging him to expedite review of Enbridge’s work plan and inspection schedule for the Line 5 Pipeline that runs between the Straits of Mackinac in northern Michigan. The work plan lists numerous locations on the pipeline where the protective coating may be weakening or missing. EPA must approve the plan this spring in order for the inspections to move forward this year."




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