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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"Nobody watches my committee any more so I don't have to shave."

- Rep. Matt HALL (R-Marshall), the former House Oversight Committee chair, talking to new Chair Steve JOHNSON (R-Wayland Twp.). Like Hall before him, Johnson is taking up the controversial issues of the day while Hall is often working on esoteric tax law changes.

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Gov's $27K Flight Paid By Nonprofit; $855 Seat With 'Personal Money'
"Gov. Gretchen WHITMER paid for the $855 seat of her Florida flight "with her own personal money," a chartered flight that cost the Governor's 501c4 nonprofit account more than $27,500."
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Mask Mandate Lifted In All Settings For Fully Vaccinated
"Gov. Gretchen WHITMER today announced Michigan is lifting mask requirements for vaccinated people in all settings, following the update federal guidance issued Thursday."
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GOP Leaders: Lifting Mask Is Great; Let's Lift Everything Else
"News today that Michigan is lifting mask requirements for vaccinated people in all settings effective 9 a.m. Saturday brought a flurry of reactions, most calling on the Governor to remove all remaining restrictions."
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Asst. AG Handling Whitmer Kidnap Case 'Reassigned' After 'Ethics' Concern
"An assistant attorney general handling the state cases against eight men charged in the plot against the Governor has been reassigned after Oakland County's prosecutor expressed "concerns" about his work."
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Censure Resolutions Against GOP Officials Fizzling Out
"An attempt to censure Michigan Republican Party (MRP) executive director Jason ROE for ruling out in a November interview that the 2020 election was stolen from former President Donald TRUMP appears to be fizzling out."
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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"Nobody watches my committee any more so I don't have to shave."

- Rep. Matt HALL (R-Marshall), the former House Oversight Committee chair, talking to new Chair Steve JOHNSON (R-Wayland Twp.). Like Hall before him, Johnson is taking up the controversial issues of the day while Hall is often working on esoteric tax law changes.