In this morning's headlines: Medicaid, Pledge of Allegiance, GRPS uniforms
Medicaid is first order of business in Lansing
"The Michigan Legislature is back in session today to deal with the final details of a bill to extend Medicaid health coverage to thousands of working poor people. Governor Rick Snyder hopes to have the measure ready for his signature by the end of the day," Rick Pluta reports.
Schools must offer opportunity for students to recite Pledge of Allegiance
"Some students could have their first experience reciting the Pledge of Allegiance today. A new state law requires schools to offer students "the opportunity" to recite the pledge each day," Tracy Samilton reports.
Grand Rapids Public Schools phases in school uniforms
"All 10,000 students in Grand Rapids Public Schools will wear uniforms within three years. It starts this year with students in kindergarten through eighth grade," Rina Miller reports.