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Patch readers weighed in with their opinions on the legislation that went into effect on Thursday.
Macomb County residents can dispose of old paper documents and correspondence at the "Shred-it-Day" event from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
The bill would have allowed concealed weapons in gun-free zones such as schools and sports arenas.
President says proposed right-to-work laws give people "the right to work for less money" during an appearance in Redford Township.
UAW members and other unions are expected to protest at the state Capitol in Lansing today as the state Legislature considers proposed right-to-work legislation. Patch will be in Lansing, as well, posting live updates throughout the day.
Five of the six statewide ballot proposals were defeated, according to early results.
On Nov. 6, Michigan voters will face yes or no vote on six statewide proposals ranging from a new bridge to Canada to the emergency manager law.
Wednesday's "debate was the most decisive victory since Kennedy beat Nixon,” one Republican influencer said of the first showdown between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
The president will address the nation tonight after 10 p.m. at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC.
In our first Red Mitten survey, more than half of the respondents say they disagree with Republican Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision to veto a GOP-backed bill that requires photo ID for first-time voter registration or to obtain an absentee ballot.
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