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Next month, Americans will face the reality of electing one of two of the most divisive candidates for president in the history of the nation.Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton have about a month left to convince voters they are the best choice for president. Trump’s platform is based on immigration reform, repealing Obamacare and “renegotiationg” international trade deals.
The internet and political
forums are still buzzing about political waves caused Monday night at Hofstra University.Moderated by NBC Nightly News Anchor Lester Holt, Democratic nominee
presidential Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump
threw verbal barbs at one another for nearly 100 minutes. Topics of the night ranged from foreign diplomacy to domestic police brutality, Clinton’s email
scandal to Trump’s lack of releasing his tax forms.
Donald Trump is making a play to turn Michigan into a red state come election day. He's doing so by reaching out to two voter blocks: African-Americans and Latinos.
Candidates for the Republican party presidential nomination spent significant time trying to discredit front-runner Donald Trump last night at the 11th GOP Debate in Detroit.Florida Sen.
Two days after Donald Trump won seven states on Super Tuesday and less than a week before Michigan's presidential primary election, the Republican presidential candidates are headed to Detroit for the 11th debate of the campaign.Here's what you need to know.WHATThe Republican presidential candidates will meet in historic Fox Theatre in Detroit for 11th debate. Hosted by Fox News, the debate will begin at 9 p.m.
In January 2017, a new president will take the oath of office on the steps of the United States Capitol building.
With the upcoming presidential election, both Republican and Democrats are narrowing down their choices for who will represent their party for the November election.The Republican side has been stirred up by political outsider Donald Trump, who has been strong in polls since the beginning of the campaign.For the Republican Party there are five possible nominees, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Dr. Ben Carson, Marco Rubio and John Kasich.“The millenials, this group of kids, will be the first in history to have a vote that can outweigh the baby boomers,” said Jayne Strachan, political science faculty member.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced today that his 2017 budget proposal recommends restoring funding for Michigan's 15 public universities to what it was in 2011, the year before he took office and cut higher education funding by 15 percent.Snyder proposed investing an additional 4.3 percent, or $61.2 million, in state university operations.
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Efforts increase to help city in crisis, but students ask: Where were you?By Malachi BarrettEditor-in-Chief
FLINT — As soon as his hometown began using the Flint River as a temporary water source, senior James Horne Jr.
The first Student Government Association meeting of the spring semester welcomed eight new Senators to the Senate Monday night.Austin Blessing, Rahul Gopireddy, Bailey Gashton, Jackie Smith, Shayna Haynes-Heard, Boomer Wingard, Kyle Norman and Dan Duong were elected after giving minute long speeches and answering two questions from the audience as to why they were qualified to fill the open Senate seats.Six seats still remain open."We had individuals come up after (the election) who, because of some miss communication, wanted to run but didn't," said SGA President Chuck Mahone.
Dr. James Hill Mid 19 70s, same scenario. Gov. Miliken presided over the state when we have a mixing of cattle feed with fire retardant.
LANSING -- Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder's annual State of the State address Tuesday night was filled with controversy over the Flint water crisis and reaction from political pundits and statewide voters is varied. Snyder's supporters are calling his apology for the state's role in the disaster, while democratic representatives from Michigan are calling for a further investigation into his administration's systemic mishandling handling of the issue. At Central Michigan University, politically-concerned students are weighing in, too. "Governor Snyder did say he was going to make it an unusual State of the State," said Tommy Berry, Vice President of the College Democrats at CMU.
LANSING — Several hundred protestors advocating for the city of Flint surrounded the Capitol Building in the hours before Gov.
It looked like a solution to road funding issues was close to being finally passed by a divided state legislature.State House Speaker Kevin Cotter said a version of the plan passed by House Republicans last week was the closest the legislature had come to agreeing on how to raise the $1.2 billion needed to fix Michigan's crumbling infrastructure.
Debate about Michigan's responsibility to fund Native American students' college tuition began before the 20th Century.For decades, state legislators attempted to remove the program from the state's obligations while others have worked to defend its place in the state budget.
Olivia Manitowabi-McCullough never dreamed of earning a college degree while growing up on the Hannahville Indian Tribe reservation in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
A 19-year error made by the state in assessing pension fund payments means Central Michigan University is receiving $32 million from the Michigan Office of Retirement Services.Six other universities received one-time payments to correct the error on Wednesday, including Western Michigan University, $24.2 million, Ferris State University, $18.6 million, Michigan Technological University, $11.7 million, Northern Michigan University, $9 million, Lake Superior State University and Eastern Michigan University.
Todd Levitt is a step closer to having his day in court after Isabella County Chief Judge Paul Chamberlain made a decision on several motions in an ongoing libel suit filed by the Mount Pleasant attorney.Levitt filed a civil lawsuit on April 23 against Lisa Yanick-Jonaitis, local newspaper The Morning Sun, the paper's parent company Digital First Media, CMU College of Business professors James Felton and Kenneth Sanney and attorney Gordon Bloem, as well as others yet to be identified who are listed as John or Jane Doe.