According to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission, the surge in COVID-19 cases is causing major staffing issues at distribution centers around the state.
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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 61,235 new COVID-19 illnesses Thursday through Monday for a total of 1,568,573. The daily average of 12,247 newly confirmed cases has remained consistently high since the report last Wednesday.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 25,858 new COVID-19 illnesses Tuesday through Wednesday for a total of 1,507,338. The daily average of 12,929 newly confirmed cases has nearly doubled since the report on Monday.
In a landmark vote Tuesday, eight of 13 members of the panel created by a voter-approved constitutional amendment voted for the 13-district plan known as “Chestnut.”
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 20,957 new COVID-19 illnesses Thursday through Monday for a total of 1,481,430. The daily average of 6,591 newly confirmed cases has decreased since the report on Wednesday.
The State Bar of Michigan has not had a dues increase since 2003.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a nearly $1 billion spending plan Monday using some of Michigan's federal COVID-19 relief funding.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 13,999 new COVID-19 illnesses Saturday through Monday for a total of 1,434,837. The daily average of 4,666 newly confirmed cases has decreased by nearly 2,000 since the report on Friday.
For Michigan to continue serving as a hub of auto manufacturing in the electric vehicle age, lawmakers say the state needs to step up with better incentives to encourage investments.
A marijuana testing lab has filed a lawsuit against Michigan regulators after a major product recall and allegations of unreliable results.