Heartland Institute Experts React to FCC’s New Net Neutrality Proposal »
"The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday proposed new net neutrality regulations that would prevent broadband providers from blocking or slowing access to Web sites or services. The rule, however, also allows broadband providers to enter into “commercially reasonable” deals with some content providers. Those arrangements would be decided by the FCC on a case-by-case basis."
Governor’s Education Summit Keeps Michigan’s Future Bright »
"The 2014 Governor’s Education Summit took place in East Lansing, Mich., today, a program that brings our educators, students and innovators together tocollaborate, create and connect. Since day one, Governor Snyder has focused on making sure our education system – from early childhood through college and other secondary trainings – is founded on skills that prepare students for life after the classroom.The Governor’s annual summit follows through on that mission by focusing on strengthening educational programs to foster talent and discovering ways to connect students with valuable job opportunities available in the Comeback State after graduation."
What's On PolitiBomb Tonight? »
"LANSING, Mich. –Adrian Hemond, Partner at political consulting firm Grassroots Midwest,joins JakeDavisonto run down all the filing deadline drama -- who filed, who failed and who will winon August 5th."
Agriculturally Speaking – Michigan Food and Agriculture Industry Spring Update »
"As the warm weather arrives, it's a welcome sign for farmers and our agriculture industry here in Michigan. After these past harsh winter months we will all appreciate the orchards in bloom and the fields full of newly emerging crops. Spring is one of the busiest times for our agriculture industry as farmers prepare equipment, complete planting, and gear up for the growing season of Michigan’s 300+ different commodities. "
Heartland Institute Experts React to FDA Regulation of E-Cigarettes »
"The Food and Drug Administration Thursday proposed establishing the first federal regulations on electronic cigarettes, banning sales to minors and requiring FDA approval of the products. Electronic cigarette makers would be required to disclose the chemicals used in the nicotine delivery devices – which replace cigarette smoke with vapor – and note on product labels that nicotine can be addictive."
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