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Consumer Report: Battling Insomnia

Posted: 07/18/2012 - The biggest reason we can’t sleep is work-related stress, followed by health problems and financial difficulties, according to the Consumer Reports survey.

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Patients Fear Changes to Malpractice Legislation

Updated: 07/18/2012 - It's called the "Put Patients First Reform Package," but many patients say the legislation would actually put them last. Hundreds crowded the Boji Building at the Senate Insurance Committee hearing to make sure doctors are held accountable.

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Struggling Farmers Look Into Crop Insurance

Posted: 07/18/2012 - This week, farmers from all over are attending the 33rd Ag Expo at Michigan State University, but the recent drought has drawn many to the area holding insurance companies.

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State House Won't Take Up Health Exchange

Posted: 07/17/2012 - The speaker's spokesman, Ari Adler, tells The Associated Press the Republican caucus remains divided and won't be ready to act on the health insurance exchange when lawmakers return Wednesday.

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Feds Probe Ford Escapes for Sticky Throttles

Posted: 07/17/2012 - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents that the investigation includes 730,000 Escapes and Tributes from the 2001 to 2004 model years.

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Panel Discusses Plans for New State Education Funding

Posted: 07/17/2012 - Governor Rick Snyder wants sweeping changes for the way schools are funded throughout the state, and he asked a group of experts to make his vision a reality. The group held their first public meeting Tuesday, where they said these changes are long overdue.

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Annual Ag Expo Kicks Off Today At MSU

Posted: 07/17/2012 - An annual gathering this week at Michigan State University includes opportunities to discuss legal issues facing farmers and others involved in agriculture.

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Stay Cool and Save

Updated: 07/16/2012 - Experts share tips on how to stay cool this sumer without breaking the bank.

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Concerns Rise Over Demolishing MSU Oak Trees

Updated: 07/16/2012 - Michigan State University's campus is known for being green in more ways than one. Professors are concerned for centuries-old oak trees that might be bulldozed to make way for the $550 million Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.

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