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DOWNTOWN LANSING’S FOOD FIGHT HEATS UP »

"With only a few days remaining in the Downtown Lansing Food Fight, a fight against hunger, Western Michigan University Cooley Law School students, faculty and staff have collected nearly 300 pounds of food."



MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUB(tm) Lottery Game Second Chance Entry Deadline Quickly Approaching »

"LANSING, Mich., Nov. 21, 2014 – Less than a week remains for MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB™ Lottery game players to enter the game’s second chance drawing for a chance to compete for $1 million on a TV game show."



Camp Statement for the Record Honoring National Adoption Day and National Adoption Month »

"This November, I am proud to celebrate National Adoption Month and also National Adoption Day, an important time to recognize those wonderful parents who have adopted children in need of a permanent, loving home.  It’s also a time to remind ourselves of the thousands of children across the country who still remain in foster care, waiting for a family to call their own."



Chamber Annual Celebration Spotlights 100th Anniversary »

"TRAVERSE CITY,  MI ­– The Annual Celebration of the Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce is always a special event – and even more so in 2015 as the Chamber celebrates its 100th anniversary of growing business and building community in the Grand Traverse region."



Republican AGs react to President Obama’s remarks »

"Along with many of our fellow Americans, Republican Attorneys General listened carefully to President Obama’s remarks about his intended, unilateral actions regarding immigration. We agree with the President, “people who live in this country should play by the rules.” The American people also believe the President should play by the rules and respect the rule of law. The President cannot ignore the American people, the states or an entire branch of government."




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