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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"James CARVILLE and Mary MATALIN made it work. We’re going to."

- Rep. Tom LEONARD (R-DeWitt), in response to the news that his wife, Jenell, had been appointed director of the Michigan Film Office. Last session, Leonard opposed legislation to extend the sunset on the film credit program.

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Nofs: Mandates Not Best Solution For MI Energy Future
"With Michigan's current renewable portfolio standards (RPS) set to expire, Sen. Mike NOFS (R-Battle Creek) said he thinks the time is ripe to take state energy policy in a new direction."
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State Looking For Consultant To Assist Schools With Consolidation
"The state's education department is in the market to hire its first formal "school district consolidation consultant.""
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Leonard Looking For Bipartisan, Comprehensive No-Fault Reform
"The new chair of the House Insurance Committee says he wants to advance comprehensive auto no-fault reform that can pass out of the chamber with at least 70 yes votes."
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Anderson Doubles Down On Driver Fee Argument
"Economist Patrick ANDERSON is doubling down on his argument that Michigan drivers would no longer be able to write off their state driver registration fees on their federal taxes if the May 5 road funding ballot proposal passes."
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Ballot Language For Roads Proposal Out Of Legislature's Hands
"Words matter. And the words that voters see in May, when they consider the proposal to hike the sales tax, might not be the ones that some lawmakers hoped they'd see."
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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"James CARVILLE and Mary MATALIN made it work. We’re going to."

- Rep. Tom LEONARD (R-DeWitt), in response to the news that his wife, Jenell, had been appointed director of the Michigan Film Office. Last session, Leonard opposed legislation to extend the sunset on the film credit program.