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Some Lawmakers Want Summer Vacation Canceled

Updated: 05/07/2015 - House Minority Leader Tim Greimel introduced a resolution Thursday asking lawmakers to work through the summer. Drivers fed up with the crumbling roads said that's a great idea.

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Jackson Recruiting Reserve Deputies

Updated: 05/07/2015 - Jackson County Sheriff's Office and the city police department are teaming up recruiting reserve police officers.

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Whole Foods to Open Cheaper Stores

Updated: 05/07/2015 - Whole Foods is trying to change it's reputation for being high-priced with a new line of stores appealing to the budget conscious.

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Breastfeeding Moms Plan Protest at Court Building

Posted: 05/07/2015 - Dozens of moms are planning a "nurse-in" at the Friends of the Ingham County Court on Thursday, after a mother was told she couldn't breastfeed her baby during a hearing last week.

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Lansing Women's Shelter in Jeopardy of Closing

Updated: 05/07/2015 - A shelter for pregnant and homeless women in Lansing could shut its doors in under two weeks. Hannah's House is running out of money after nearly two decades serving the community.

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High Schoolers are Getting a Head Start on the Job Search

Updated: 05/06/2015 - You don't have to rack up tens of thousands of dollars in student loans to make a decent living. The people at the Capital Area Career Center set out to prove that tonight. Students and staff opened the doors to show how they're getting high schoolers ready to join the work force.

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Confusion Over Decriminalizing Marijuana

Posted: 05/06/2015 - East Lansing is now part of a growing list of Michigan cities to change its marijuana laws. Tuesday night voters okayed a ballot proposal de-criminalizing the drug, making it the 18th city in the state to do so. But possession and use of marijuana is still illegal under state law.

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East Lansing Voters OK Marijuana Decriminalization

Posted: 05/06/2015 - EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Voters in East Lansing have approved a measure to decriminalize marijuana. Unofficial returns from Tuesday's vote showed 65 percent in favor of the proposal and 35 percent voting against the measure. The charter amendment was to make the use, possession and transfer of up to 1 ounce of the marijuana legal for people 21 years or older on private property. Voters in a number of Michigan communities have approved similar measures in recent years. The vote comes amid statewide marijuana legalization efforts. Michigan bans marijuana use and possession unless it's medical marijuana.

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Plan B: Road Funding Talks Today

Posted: 05/06/2015 - Prop One is defeated, but our roads and bridges are still in bad shape. So what's next? Lawmakers will be talking "Plan B" today.

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Prop 1 Fails, Governor Headed Back to Drawing Board

Posted: 05/05/2015 - Governor Snyder was optimistic earlier Tuesday night. He told us he expected Proposal 1 to pass before the numbers started coming in. Around two hours later, he sent out a press release admitting defeat.

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