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"… ring personal financial disclosures …"

"… giving his daughter and her peers a salary boost. Booher is not the only Michigan lawmaker who voted on bills that could potentially benefit them or their c …"

"… official legislative journals logging each day’s actions found six other Michigan legislators who voted on bills even when they publicly noted their own con …"

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"… nations to candidates, or $54,000, went to Republicans: Rep. Fred Upton of Michigan, Rep. John Shimkus of Illinois and Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri received the …"

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"… $20,000 in 2007 to $227,619 across seven states, including California and Michigan, in 2016, according to the National Institute for Money in State Politics. …"

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"… ely there were 3 states that we couldn't include in our library. Idaho and Michigan don't require their legislators to disclose their personal finances. Vermo …"

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"… eady in that office — to win this election. Key Races In New Mexico and Michigan, though, women candidates for governor are front-runners for the primaries …"

"… opponents combined, according to the latest campaign finance reports. In Michigan, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer has raised more than $3 million ahead of the Au …"

"… rding to his year-end campaign statement. Whitmer previously served in the Michigan House of Representatives from 2001 to 2006 and as state senator from 2006 …"

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"… g attorneys general, influential legislators and at least one governor — Michigan’s Rick Snyder. The legal team has already sat down with an officia …"

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"… s given the part-time structure and pay of many of the elected positions. Michigan is the only other state in the U.S. that doesn’t require lawmakers to fi …"

"… s given the part-time structure and pay of many of the elected positions. Michigan is the only other state in the U.S. that doesn’t require lawmakers to fi …"

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"… . But not everywhere. Legislative sessions kick off this week in Idaho and Michigan, but with a difference.  Despite ongoing efforts to bring about refo …"

"… ol domes in Boise and Lansing are uncertain at best.    In Michigan, Democratic Sen. Steven Bieda has introduced seven bills since 2003 seekin …"

"… ructure and pay of many of the elected positions. Disclosure reports from Michigan, Idaho and Vermont were not included in the investigation because they did …"

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"… le activity are so low, it’s a fraud.” ‘Steamed’ Hampton, born in Michigan in 1943 to university professors, is himself a veteran. He enlisted in th …"

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"… ws most questions about economic interests and potential conflicts. Idaho, Michigan and Vermont do not require lawmakers to disclose their financial interests …"

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"… by members has been sharply restricted since 1978. Only three states — Michigan, Idaho and Vermont — have not required such reports. In June, though, Ve …"

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"… ate legislators from around the country. Nearly every state, except Idaho, Michigan and Vermont, required lawmakers to file these documents. (Vermont passed a …"

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"… s issues, said Don Racheter, president of the Public Interest Institute in Michigan and co-signee of the brief with the Kansas Policy Institute. Racheter sai …"

"… and politics since, as its focuses on budget, tax and education matters in Michigan. But others such as the James Madison Institute, another conservative thin …"

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"… kee, where high childhood lead poisoning rates plague the city, and Flint, Michigan, where lead from pipes leached into the city’s water. But it also affect …"

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"… s where this is a problem,” said Congressman Dan Kildee, a Democrat from Michigan. “And there are lots of places where it’s a problem, and the people do …"

"… anups cost taxpayers millions At the Wurtsmith Air Force Base in northern Michigan, the water contamination has persisted for nearly half a century. At the h …"

"… onfined problem is bigger than what we thought it was,” said Kildee, the Michigan congressman whose district includes Wurtsmith. “And it’s clearly affec …"

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"… into the public water supply and created a public health crisis in Flint, Michigan, but lead experts say the majority of schools across the country still don …"

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"… und aquifer prompted officials to draft a proposal to draw water from Lake Michigan for its 71,000 residents. The Great Water Alliance, a $200 million project …"

"… n recent years, drinking water crises in minority communities, like Flint, Michigan, and East Chicago, Indiana, made national news when old pipes leached lead …"

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"… be localized problems. The Rover pipeline, which runs from Pennsylvania to Michigan, racked up more than $900,000 in proposed penalties from Ohio regulators a …"

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"… t in a handful of states. Since 2010, North Carolina, Mississippi, Kansas, Michigan, Maine, Oklahoma and others have either reduced income-tax rates duri …"

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"… d University, Julia Heck at UCLA and Stuart Batterman at the University of Michigan. Some news organizations have covered this issue in their regions, includ …"

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"… rmer Republican political operative who knows DeVos from his days with the Michigan Republican Party, said he is working pro bono. “I haven’t taken a dime …"

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"… ’s two other Democrats — Bill Nelson of Florida and Debbie Stabenow of Michigan — have never previously co-sponsored earlier versions the Senate Campaig …"

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"… civil-rights office has made a rare finding of discrimination, saying the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality treated African American residents of …"

"… especially in minority communities… Above all, our purpose is to respect Michigan residents and to protect public health and the environment.” The EPA’ …"

"… that New Mexico implements the agreement.” The EPA’s findings in the Michigan and New Mexico cases represent an uptick in activity by a civil-rights off …"

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"… rgeting working-class voters in several key battleground states, including Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Most of those states …"

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"… urnalism professionals, including Sally York of The Argus-Press of Owosso, Michigan, refused to discuss their political giving in 2016. York, who covers loca …"

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"… slow to further reduce air pollution?” ● The Times Herald (Port Huron, Michigan): “A USA Today Network-Center for Public Integrity investigation release …"

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"… e same period, New York’s workforce has been cut by nearly a quarter and Michigan's by a fifth. Florida has filed only one Clean Air Act case involving …"

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"… fornia, U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky of Illinois, U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, fashion designer Vera Wang and attorney James Zimmerman, chairman of the …"

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"… bama’s sweeping health care overhaul of 2010. Rogers, a Republican from Michigan, received at least $310,000 in contributions from forum groups from 2006 t …"

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