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A year ago, Democratic and Republican leaders alike in Michigan believed that a forward move to a January 15 presidential primary could give the state more influence in the nomination of candidates.

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"Marijuana in its natural form is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man. By any measure of rational analysis marijuana can be safely used within a supervised routine of medical care. ... It would be unreasonable, arbitrary and capricious for DEA to continue to stand between those sufferers and the benefits of this substance in light of the evidence in this record."

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Craig Tuer is a Michigan State Police trooper. He recently made some troubling admissions in an email to the Michigan State Department of Civil Rights, that MSP evaluation policies have led to civil rights violations. The whistleblower’s claims make State Police Troopers look like gangsters milking the public, and have drawn rapid fire from the MSP establishment.

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In the August 21st edition of Review Magazine, we wrote on the issue of earmarked funds from the federal government, otherwise known as pork barrel spending. We focused on whether there is a true need for a new $14 million exit ramp from northbound Interstate 675 near downtown.

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About 60 percent of families in prosperous Frankenmuth and Freeland have lived in their homes for at least 5 years. The same is true on Saginaw's East Side. Shared stability? In one sense, yes.

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In terms of politics it seemed that the top story during the year of 2007 was at times also a state story. Citizens had Lansing on their minds, exploring the size of government and the size of the taxes that they felt they should, or should not, have to pay.

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In the 2005 Saginaw City Council election, the lingering issue was the 2004 dismissal of Deborah Kimble as city manager. A number of candidates called for change, and voters indeed overhauled the council with five new members.

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As spokesman for Health Access America in Saginaw County, Mike Nowlin doesn't have to look far to find an audience. He recently was offering information on the Saginaw Health Plan's new Tri-Share project, which aims to help small business provide medical coverage, during a breakfast interview at a restaurant near Old Town.

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