Issue 758

01st November, 2012 - 14th November, 2012

Proposal 1 / PA4 - Vote Yes This proposal seeks to validate the Emergency Financial Manager rule, in which the State government can appoint an emergency manager, remove elected officials and nullify the contracts of municipal employees in the face of financial crisis.

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“In other places bombs were being dropped, targets chosen, hills lost and taken; there were floods and volcanic eruptions, wars and the preparation for wars, governments shaken funerals and marches.

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Saginaw's Jennifer Douglas Creates a Chilling Documentary on the Ravages of Media Consolidation

Saginaw native Jennifer Douglas is a 1982 graduate of Douglas MacArthur High School (now Heritage High) and is the writer, co-producer and cinematographer for an important new documentary entitled Save KLSD, which addresses the increasing lack of local, diverse radio in America due to media consolidation and its impact on democracy.

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Ups the Musical Ante on Artistry with New CD Release 'City of Smooth Jazz'

Since he was a teenager busting out in the mid-sixties internationally as guitarist with Question Mark & the Mysterians, renowned musician Robert Lee Balderrama (aka Bobby Balderrama) has left a distinctive musical imprint upon the tri-city landscape for over four decades, growing his unmistakable sound well beyond the humble beginnings of the teen clubs and garages where it all started.

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Regardless of the atmosphere in which it is taking place, we are going to hold an election in a few days.  Someone is going to win, someone is going to lose and another bit of our history will be made.

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Following an exclusive investigation by The Review into questionable financial actions by the Executive Board at the Saginaw Art Museum that has resulted in a suspension of programming and threatened to close the doors at this valued community resource, which appeared in our September 11th edition, we are pleased to report that despite a recent annual meeting during which Board Members involved with the Museum's demise were re-elected, the S.

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Report Details Major Pipeline Threat to the Great Lakes   Another immensely disturbing report has surfaced about the lapse of our State Legislature when it comes to protecting Michigan's Great Lake water resources, while under-scoring the importance of voters to approve Proposal 3.

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Committing Michigan's Future to Renewable Energy will Create Thousands of Jobs, Attract $10.3 Billion in New Investments, Reduce Costs, and Significantly Improve Public Health

If you have any intention to vote in this upcoming election you are probably confused, frustrated, or angry at this point in the game. Political advertising - especially for the six Michigan ballot proposals - has reached an all-time high and all-time low at the same time, so it's hard to watch and for some even harder to know what to do.

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