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Marijuana may be legal in a few days, but employers can still prohibit the use by their employees.
Ford Motor Company has announced shift reductions for two of its US plants.
Michigan residents will now be automatically registered to vote when they visit the Secretary of State.
The summit will give residents an opportunity to learn more about the practical side of neighborhood building.
Proposal 3 on the Michigan ballot would create state constitutional changes to the voting process if it passes.
The website has embedded a journalist in Sterling Heights to tell stories of residents in the area.