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Public comment extended for schools LGBTQ student policy

Updated: 03/25/2016 - The policies include guidelines such as allowing a student to use restrooms based on their gender identity, addressing students by their "chosen name" and gender pronouns that "correspond to their gender identity," ensuring staff are trained to address issues facing LGBTQ students, and supporting the creation of clubs like as gay-straight alliances.

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Cascades renovation project gets $10,000 donation

Posted: 03/25/2016 - Emmons Service Inc. is donating the money to help pay for Phase II of the project, which includes renovation of the electrical, mechanical & plumbing components of the Cascades.

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Michigan lawmakers: As Congress bickers, Flint suffers

Courtesy: MGN Online

Posted: 03/25/2016 - It's been two years since problems began with the drinking water in Flint, Michigan, and nearly six months since officials declared a public health emergency. Yet a bipartisan congressional effort to aid the predominantly African-American city is idling in the Senate.

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Investigation moves ahead into rashes reported in Flint

Posted: 03/25/2016 - An update from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency about an investigation into rashes reported in Flint amid the city's water crisis says current analysis doesn't indicate health concerns for bathing or showering.

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Easter Egg Hunt at the State Capitol Saturday morning

Posted: 03/25/2016 - Hundreds of children will make a mad dash for Easter eggs on the lawn of the State Capitol Saturday morning. The Lansing Jaycees' annual Easter Egg Hunt will be on the east lawn of the Capitol.

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Local Islamic community reacts

Posted: 03/24/2016 - People in mid-Michigan's Islamic community respond to Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz's words after the attacks in Brussels.

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MSU's early exit hurts local businesses

Updated: 03/24/2016 - Michigan State fans weren't the only ones disappointed by the team's early exit. Some people are feeling the pain even worse.

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Dunnings seeking treatment out of state

Updated: 03/25/2016 - Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III is headed to Tennessee for inpatient treatment, according to court documents obtained by News Ten. It comes nearly two weeks after he was arrested on prostitution -related charges. News Ten's Ann Pierret spent the day sorting through the court file.

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House Passes Bills to Prevent Abortion Coercion

Posted: 03/24/2016 - Michigan House members have passed bills making it illegal to threaten or assault a pregnant woman with the intent to force an abortion against her will. Critics say current law already protests women.

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