Week in review: Medicaid expansion, UAW, Senate race, and Duggan v. Dugeon
Here's a brief review of what's been happening in the news this week:
Let's talk Medicaid expansion. What happened in Lansing?
The state Senate finally got together and the government operations committee sent the Medicaid bill and they also sent two hastily drawn up last minute substitutes that are tea party measures, that would cost the state more.
How are UAW negotiations going?
The state passed right-to-work last December but there's the question of whether it applies to state employees, which is pending before the state Supreme Court.
What are the developments in the 2014 U.S. Senate race?
Sort of unexpectedly, long time Republican representative Dave Camp is talking about getting into the 2014 race for the U.S. senate. This is for the seat Carl Levin is vacating after 36 years. Now, former Secretary of State Terry Lynn Land has been up until now the only Republican candidate but she's vowing that if Mr. Camp gets in she'll give him a spirited fight.
A look at the Detroit mayoral race: Duggan v. Dugeon
If it's close at all, it could be weeks before we find out who's facing who. It could be a Florida-recount-style mess.
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