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Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist opens the states Electoral College session at the state Capitol, December 14, 2020 in Lansing, Michigan. - Joe Biden's US election victory was set for formal confirmation by the Electoral College, further closing the door on angry efforts by President Donald Trump to overturn the 2020 vote.
Here’s How Michigan Could Help End the Electoral College

An archaic system that has for centuries held back true democracy in the United States has now fueled violence in the halls of the Capitol itself.

Reps Bergman, McClain and Walberg
Three Michigan Reps Have Blood on Their Hands From Their Votes to Overturn Election Results

As the dust settled on Capitol Hill, three Michigan Republicans voted to reject the election results—including their own victories.

Vietnam War veteran William Chamberlain, Sr. says he received vaccines throughout his military career, and has no reason to distrust them now.
Vietnam Vet: America’s Racist History Won’t Keep Me From the Vaccine

The ‘Gander’s Ellen Chamberlain decided to ask her father how he felt about receiving the COVID vaccine. His answers surprised her.

Sens. Raphael Warnock and John Ossof of Georgia.
How Georgia’s Blue Flip Will Affect Michigan

Both Georgia Senate seats flipped from red to blue, and that’s shaking up the Senate in ways that could help Michiganders.

Dr. Joneigh Khaldun gets vaccinated to continue her work in emergency medicine alongside charting Michigan coronavirus policy.
Keep Going Michigan: The Largest Vaccination Campaign in Human History Is Here

The ambitious vaccination campaign will define 2021 as much as the pandemic defined 2020. Here's how Michiganders can do their part.

Michigan's food deserts are another symptom of the growing economic issues and disparities in the state.
A Trip to the Store: Michigan Food Deserts Leave Few Options for Hungry Families

Where are Michigan’s food deserts in 2020, and what should you know if you live in one?

Electoral college proceedings. Photo captured from Senate TV.
Michigan’s 16 Electors Are Brave. They Shouldn’t Have to Be.

Credible threats shut down everything at the Capitol Monday except the Electoral College, which cast its 16 votes for Joe Biden.