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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"We’re on the road to recovery for every Michigander. You might not feel it yet, but you will soon."

- Gov. Rick SNYDER in his new "Numbers" ad. The comment drew parallels to former Gov. Jennifer GRANHOLM's "blown away" comment several years ago.

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Bath Township Assessor Admits Mistake In Baird Case
"Over the weekend, the Governor's chief advisor, Rich BAIRD, requested a letter from the Bath Township assessor's office explaining that it was their computer that made a mistake regarding the homestead exemption on his Bath Township home."
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Detroit Bankruptcy Plan, Grand Bargain Faces Scrutiny As Trial Begins
"Detroit's bankruptcy and its plan to get out of it are heading to trial as the fate of the Grand Bargain and other aspects of the exit plan hang in the balance."
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Peters, Dem Allies Put $1.6-$1.8M In One Week Against Land
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Snyder: 'On The Road To Recovery . . . You Might Not Feel It, But You Will Soon'
"Gov. Rick SNYDER's re-election campaign kicked off the post-Labor Day Election season today with his positive $2 million advertising buy that says Michigan is "on the road to recovery.”"
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On The Road: Emmet Co. Road Gets Spot In New Snyder Ad
"Brian GUTOWSKI, the engineer-manager for the Emmet County Road Commission, was surprised to learn today that one of his county's roadways was featured in Gov. Rick SNYDER's latest campaign ad."
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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"We’re on the road to recovery for every Michigander. You might not feel it yet, but you will soon."

- Gov. Rick SNYDER in his new "Numbers" ad. The comment drew parallels to former Gov. Jennifer GRANHOLM's "blown away" comment several years ago.