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  • Thursday, August 13, 2020

Black victims of U-Michigan doc seek equity in settlements »

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NOVI, Mich. — Dwight Hicks left New Jersey as a teenager, seeking to take a step toward his NFL dreams by playing football at the University of Michigan.

 
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Loss of College Football Hurts Fans, Businesses in Ann Arbor, Michigan »

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Football at the University of Michigan isn't just a sport. It's a way of life and even a lifeline."

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Slotkin, Junge agree to participate in three debates for Michigan's 8th Congressional District race »

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U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Holly, and Republican challenger Paul Junge agreed to participate in three debates before the Nov. 3 election."

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Kamala Harris is officially Joe Biden's running mate. Michigan supporters say it's about time* »

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Michigan supporters of Kamala Harris popped bottles of wine and champagne to celebrate her selection to join Joe Biden on the presidential ticket in November."

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Michigan marijuana companies targeted in class-action lawsuits claiming telemarketing violations* »

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Florida attorney Andrew J. Shamis, who’s developed a cottage industry suing companies over use of unsolicited telemarketing, has set his sites on marijuana companies in Michigan."

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Ed Ness: Unexpected curves of auto insurance reform* »

"If you are among those whose auto insurance is coming up for renewal then you’ll soon have a choice to make regarding your coverage. A little over a month ago, changes to auto no-fault insurance legislation took effect that have promised to reduce rates and costs for auto owners around the state. Of course, it’s also important to read the fine print."

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Opinion: 'Surprise billing' laws would make navigating insurance harder for patients »

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Surviving cancer isn’t easy. On even the most routine days, the disease ravages the body, strains the emotions, and drains bank accounts. It dictates schedules and stresses relationships. Patients in Michigan have only found those challenges amplified during the COVID-19 public health crisis."

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