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Shelby Township and Utica Rep. Candice Miller called Parks "a pillar of strength for the civil rights movement" whose statue now takes its rightful place among America's greatest citizens in Statuary Hall.
Automatic federal spending cuts to everything from education to the military will occur March 1 if Congress does not reach an agreement.
Here's your guide to the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Shelby Township and Utica legislators Reps. Pete Lund, Jeff Farrington and Sen. Jack Brandenburg opposed the legislation, while Sen. Tory Rocca supported it.
Gov. Rick Snyder signed the bills into law Tuesday evening.
The proposal is one of six on Michigan's ballot this Nov. 6, and it could play a key role in the fate of a possible new bridge to Canada.
The first 2012 Presidential Debate airs live at 9 p.m. EST on Wednesday. Talk about it on Patch!
Dearborn legislator introduces new bill to combat sale of K2, while local residents plan rally at Citgo Gas Station.
As approval for President Barack Obama wanes, disenfranchised Arab American voters are keeping open minds for who to support come Election Day.
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