|By ISAAC CONSTANS Capital News Service LANSING — About 2.5 million Michiganders could lose health care coverage under the Republican-proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act, according to the Michigan League for Public Policy. The study comes on the heels … Continue reading →
|By KAREN HOPPER USHER Capital News Service LANSING — Runners, lace up. In October, you’ll get the chance to race on an actual airport runway, and maybe duck under a 747. Talk about creative land use. The Gerald R. Ford … Continue reading →
|By CHAO YAN Capital News Service LANSING — Scientists and advocates across 10 Michigan cities will step out of their labs and call attention to the value of science in the March for Science on April 22. Launched by groups … Continue reading →
|By CAITLIN TAYLOR Capital News Service LANSING — Americans take pride in treating their pets like members of the family, animal advocate Beatrice Friedlander says. Usually this means lounging on the couch with the cat or slipping the dog scraps … Continue reading →
|By CARL STODDARD Capital News Service LANSING — Little birds have tourists and birdwatchers flocking in big numbers to Northern Michigan, a favorite nesting area for the rare Kirtland’s warblers, which were once nearly extinct. Ilene Geiss-Wilson, the executive director … Continue reading →
|By NATALIE SPRATT Capital News Service LANSING — Scientists have discovered an environmental contaminant in a creature that many people would like to avoid: spiders. That discovery made in the Upper Peninsula puts spiders in the role of environmental sentinels … Continue reading →
Federal policy about which restrooms and locker rooms transgender students may use has been reversed, awakening civil rights activists. The latest development occurred March 6, when Supreme Court sent a case about the issue back to a lower court in Virginia.