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Federal law requiring food assistance recipients to work expanded

All able-bodied Michigan residents ages 18-49 without dependents who receive food assistance will now have to show they are either working or participating in another approved activity. The newly expanded policy went into effect Oct. 1, and was previously applicable to only 14 Michigan counties: Allegan, Barry, Berrien, Clinton, Eaton, Grand Traverse, Ingham, Ionia, Kalamazoo, […]

McLaren and Sparrow News: Expansions, Additions and Updates

Like everywhere else in the U.S., health care in Michigan is a continually growing industry. Two health care organizations in the Greater Lansing area are making sure that patients in Michigan get the care they need whether it is on a walk-in basis, via laboratory tests, or new construction to expand or create health care […]

Prevent TBI in Children Through Education, Safety Measures

The Michigan Alliance for Families defines traumatic brain injury (TBI) as an injury developing from experiencing a sudden head trauma that injures the brain. It can affect how someone thinks, feels and functions for the rest of his or her life.  According to the Brain Injury Association of Michigan, over 58,000 people in Michigan will […]

Michigan Manufacturing Association Provides Tools, Advocacy for Industry Prosperity

Manufacturing is a chief segment of Michigan’s economy that represents more than 21 percent of the gross state product, and about one in 20 manufacturing businesses in America are here in Michigan. The state’s top five manufacturing industries include automobiles, advanced manufacturing, food and agriculture, freshwater technology and services, and the production of Christmas trees.  […]

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