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Despite the ban on same-sex marriage in Michigan, Troy junior Emily Herbon believes the debate over changing the law comes down to religion.
President Barack Obama will visit Ann Arbor on Wednesday as part of his nationwide push for an increase in the federal minimum wage.
In 2014, voters will have a chance to either re-elect or replace Gov. Rick Snyder and the entire state Legislature. They will also have the ability to shape the final two years of President Barack Obama's presidency in the midterm elections.
President Barack Obama called on Congress to help him restore “opportunity for all” in his fifth State of the Union address and said he will take action even if they do not.
Prospects for the passage of comprehensive immigration reform on Capitol Hill are looking up, after years of inaction on the issue.
Aside from basic human rights, nobody is entitled to anything.
In light of the news that Toronto Mayor Rob Ford confessed to using crack-cocaine while in office, many people are left crying for public officials to take mandatory drug tests before running for and to keep office.
Tony Wittkowski, in an unfortunate tirade in the Oct. 7 edition of Central Michigan Life's Voices page, boldly proclaimed that Gordon Ramsay should stay off television.
About 60 people gathered for a panel discussion on November's election and what it means for the nation's future just days after President Barack Obama was sworn in for his second term.
Speak Up, Speak Out’s upcoming forum will feature special guests Susy Avery and Debbie Dingell and will focus on the outcome of the election and what it means for Michigan and the nation.
If only more Republicans could be like Colin Powell.
Tuesday night marked the beginning of a new era in American politics: one more tolerant, more diverse and younger than ever before.
Four challengers are still vying for two seats on the Mount Pleasant Public Schools board after polls closed Tuesday night.
I’ve been asked why I’m supporting President Obama quite a few times during this election season.
Four candidates are vying for two spots on the Mount Pleasant School Board on Tuesday's ballot.
The audience started to get heated on Tuesday night at the Political Discussion when the issue of women's health care was brought up.
Polls show President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney heading into a very close Nov. 6 election, and both campaigns are ratcheting up campaign spending in response.
It's a simple concept really: separate church from state.
It turns out Democrats and Republicans can't even come together to figure out a place and time to disagree with each other.