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Thu November 11, 2010
In this morning's news...
Liquor Bill Passed in Lansing
Lawmakers in the state House and Senate passed a bill yesterday that would allow for liquor sales in Michigan on Sunday mornings and on Christmas Day. A previous bill that would have allowed for the sales was vetoed by Governor Granholm last month. Now, it appears lawmakers have reworked the bill for the governor's approval.
GM Profits in 3rd Quarter
General Motors made a $2 billion profit in the 3rd quarter of this year. As Tracy Samilton reports, it's a healthy result for a company that's planning an initial public stock offering next week. In a conference call, GM CEO Dan Akerson sas the company needs to keep streamlining operations to keep costs down, fix its European division, and increase marketing efforts for GM's remaining core brands.
Army Corps to Study Asian Carp
The Army Corps of Engineers is working on a study that will try and figure out the best way to keep Asian Carp and other invasive species out of the Great Lakes. It could, however, take the Army Corps five years to make a recommendation. There's concern that the voracious Asian Carp could invade the Great Lakes and dramatically change the make-up of species currently living in the waters.