State agency with marijuana oversight issues rule on transport vehicles

The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) recently ruled that licensed secure transporter vehicles involved in Michigan’s cannabis industry do not have to be parked overnight at the company’s place of business. According to a previous rule set forth by the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act, all secure transport vehicles were required to be kept overnight […]

Michigan farmers have a one-stop source for disaster funding

Ag Department launches online resource portal First came the polar vortex with record-low freezing temperatures, followed by a cold, wet spring and early part of summer. These weather patterns pummeled Michigan farmers with a one-two combination, setting up much of the state’s agriculture industry for a TKO. State and federal resources have been made available […]

Looking for a Summer Intern?

Planning and communications keys to a successful search With high school and college students seeking work experience as part of their education, internships have become a perfect opportunity for a student to gain first-hand experience and for the employer to hire temporary help at low – or even no – cost to the company. While […]

Urban Embodiment Invites Support with Networking Event

“Let’s start supporting each other”. Key words from Urban Embodiment as it puts Small Business Expo 2 into play at the Fledge on Aug. 3. The vendor show and entrepreneur-networking event is an opportunity to meet with Lansing-area entreprenuers and is free to the public. The event is unique in that it’s family friendly and […]

Job Market Going to the Dogs (and Cats)

Veterinary professions on verge of extreme shortage There is no arguing that the pet population is on the rise. According to the American Pet Products Association, almost 85 million households have a pet, and over the last 30 years pet ownership has gone from 56% to 68% of all households. The American Pet Products Association […]

Liberty Coin Service Buys Rare Document Printed by Benjamin Franklin

Mortgage was printed by 30-year-old Franklin, 283 years ago A 283-year-old mortgage document printed by a 30-year-old Benjamin Franklin has found a home in Lansing. Liberty Coin Service recently purchased the 1736 mortgage document for land in Mooreland, Pennsylvania Province at the International Money Show in Kansas City, Missouri. Visitors to the Liberty Coin store […]

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