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Michigan Retailers Worry about Upcoming Cigarette Tax

Updated: 06/29/2004 - With less than two days left until the price of cigarettes goes up $0.75 per pack, retailers and distributors say business is booming now, but it probably won't be in a few days.

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State Sales Tax

Updated: 06/29/2004 - A multi-state, streamlined sales and use tax agreement could mean tens of millions of dollars for Michigan.

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Budget Progress

Updated: 06/29/2004 - Steady progress is being made on the new state budget as all sides declare cooperation is the word of the day.

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Okemos Schools Grant

Updated: 05/02/2005 - A federal grant paves the way for additional teacher training in the Okemos School District.

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Parachute Death

Updated: 06/28/2004 - A Holt man dies this weekend after a skydiving accident at Napoleon Airport.

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"Okemos Cares" Fundraising

Updated: 06/28/2004 - "Okemos Cares," which is part of the Okemos Education Foundation, continues to collect donations after the school budget was cut.

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Fahrenheit 9/11 Hits Theaters

Updated: 06/25/2004 - Michigan native Michael Moore is known for his politically charged films, and his newest release is no different.

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No Rain for Seven Days!

Updated: 06/25/2004 - Outdoor businesses are looking forward to catching up on delayed projects.

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West Nile Virus

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Two dead crows infected West Nile Virus are found in Eaton County.

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Cigarette Tax Hike for Real

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Smoke 'em if you got 'em, because the price to get 'em is going up. The latest increase, scheduled to go into effect July 1, will make the state's cigarette tax $2 a pack.

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You Drink and Drive, You Lose

Posted: 06/24/2004 - More than 500 law enforcement agencies statewide are on the prowl for drunk drivers, and the crackdown starts Friday.

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Walter French to Close

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Last month, Central Michigan University withdrew its charter relationship with Lansing's Walter French Academy. That forced the academy to search for another charter authorizer, and now they have given up that search.

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Swimmer's Itch is Summer Threat

Updated: 06/23/2004 - As the weather heats up, Michiganians may be at risk of getting a parasite-driven rash.

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Fireworks Permit Denied

Updated: 06/23/2004 - The city has denied a permit to a local company to sell fireworks. The company says it will sue.

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Sport Wagon to Be Made at General Motors' New Plant?

Updated: 06/23/2004 - A respected source in the automotive industry names a product that could be coming to General Motor's new Delta Township Plant. A spokesperson for GM will neither confirm nor deny the claim.

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Smoking Ban Testimony

Updated: 06/22/2004 - The Michigan Restaurant Association opposes a suggested state mandate that would prohibit smoking in certain establishments. The Association says property owners should be able to make the decision not state lawmakers.

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Ingham Medical Honored

Updated: 06/23/2004 - JD Power and Associates says Ingham Regional Medical Center is a top-rate place for patient service.

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Tax Auditors

Updated: 06/22/2004 - More businesses are voluntarily stepping forward with tax information, according to the state treasurer.

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Lansing Votes for Diversity

Updated: 06/22/2004 - The Lansing city council approved an ordinance that gives minority and female business owners more opportunity when it comes to landing city contracts.

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