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Bills geared toward expanding mental health workforce

Bills geared toward expanding mental health workforce

The expansion will work to make it easier to get mental health and substance use disorder care
State prepared to send more resources to Florida

State prepared to send more resources to Florida

Whitmer has also proactively offered to fulfill supply requests for helicopters, fire trucks, and supporting crew members
COVID restrictions at Canadian border ended today

COVID restrictions at Canadian border ended today

Travellers do not need to fill out the controversial ArriveCan app anymore
October declared Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Michigan

October declared Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Michigan

Survivors of domestic violence are present in every Michigan community
$21.55 million in funds announced to deal with vacant properties

$21.55 million in funds announced to deal with vacant properties

The project will be administered by the State Land Bank Authority, which works to create a positive economic impact on Michigan communities by facilitating productive reuse of land
Good morning, Sault Ste Marie!

Good morning, Sault Ste Marie!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
New trustees to Lake State University board alumni and advocates

New trustees to Lake State University board alumni and advocates

Sheri Davie and Jon DeRoo were appointed to the board by Governor Whitmer
Medical center celebrates one year with MyMichigan Health

Medical center celebrates one year with MyMichigan Health

The last year has seen the former War Memorial Hospital expand technological tools for patients and staff
Additional 289,000 COVID-19 tests available in state

Additional 289,000 COVID-19 tests available in state

As we head into the fall, MDHHS encourage Michigan families to have a COVID plan
Whitmer expands Opioids Task Force membership

Whitmer expands Opioids Task Force membership

Changes include adding 10 local government representatives to the task force, requiring them to hold four public meetings annually, and giving them power to direct money received from settlements and bankruptcies