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Lawmakers will undoubtedly pass hundreds of bills in 2022, but here's a look at some of their work that goes on the books in the coming months
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed into law a handful of bills Monday including ones that address the substitute teacher shortage and ban the redistricting commission from meeting in closed session.
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed bills into law that will extend a term to four years instead of two years. The change will begin with the fall 2024 election.
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The law was repealed in 1955. Today, 58.7% of America’s bartenders are women and 38.2% are men, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
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The bipartisan bill would fund equipment upgrades, hiring initiatives and retention bonuses
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Deputies will be patrolling the streets and taking a “zero tolerance approach,” meaning any driver stopped for speeding can expect a ticket.
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Marketers that do not comply with the Michigan Children’s Protection Registry Act are subject to fines and penalties.
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The new rule restores the twenty percent cap and imposes an additional limit of thirty consecutive minutes of non-tipped work.
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In all, the Michigan Department of State has canceled infractions on the driving records of more than 350,000 Michiganders. Letters with more information are being sent this week to all impacted