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Last Week on the MLC Blog

Jan 13, 2020

Revenue projections for the current and upcoming fiscal years were increased at Friday’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference in Lansing, giving the legislature more to work with during the budget process.

Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield announced several changes to the membership of committees last week.

Last Tuesday, voters in Flint cast their ballots in the primary race for the open 34th House seat.

Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist attended CES to highlight Michigan as a leader in mobility and transportation innovation.

Throughout January, three public meetings are schedule to allow public input on proposed rules to establish maximum contaminant levels for PFAS in drinking water.

As part of a first-ever public-private collaboration, the City of Detroit will start their largest expansion of recycling in the city’s history.

In our weekly “Five Things We’re Reading” feature we shared articles on how climate change might bring an end to red apples, how one of the world’s most iconic cell phones was made, plus more.

A look at events during the week of January 11 – 17, 2020.

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