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Congressman Dan Kildee Receives Award from Equality Michigan for Civil Rights Work »

"DETROIT – Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) has received the Catalyst Award from Equality Michigan, a civil rights and advocacy organization, for his work to promote civil rights and equality for all Americans. Equality Michigan presented Congressman Kildee with the award at their Fall Reception Friday, which brought together community and state leaders to honor the work of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocates in Michigan."

Thousands of Voters Call on Hillary to Object to Stein’s Temper Tantrum »

"LANSING, Mich., Dec. 3, 2016 – The Michigan Republican Party today sent the Hillary Clinton campaign in Michigan 6,933 signatures of concerned voters, calling on the Clinton campaign to object to the frivolous and ridiculous recount petition filed by Jill Stein."

President-Elect Donald J. Trump Today Spoke with Four World Leaders »

"(New York, NY) – President-elect Donald J. Trump today spoke with four world leaders. "

Voter Suppression Bills Pass Out of Committee »

"LANSING — Legislation that will make it more difficult for the elderly and those in low-income households to vote passed out of the House Elections Committee today, and is now headed to the House floor. House Bills 6066-6068 were introduced two days ago by committee chair, state Representative Lisa Lyons (R-Alto), and would institute a photo ID requirement at voting booths across the state."

State Police Reports Decrease in Traffic Fatalities During Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend »

"LANSING, MICH.  Results of preliminary reports by the Michigan State Police (MSP) indicate six people lost their lives in six separate traffic crashes during the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday weekend. This is a decrease from 11 deaths that occurred in 11 traffic crashes during the 2015 Thanksgiving holiday weekend."

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