Gas prices are down, jobs growth is up, and the Democratic-led government is on the verge of passing a once-in-a-generation bill to lower healthcare costs, fight climate change, and increase taxes on big corporations.
Senators, including Michigan's Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow, voted in favor of legislation that will help veterans seeking care for problems likely caused by exposure to burn pits.
Forty-seven percent of likely voters said they felt “worried” about recent developments regarding abortion rights, while more than four in 10 reported feeling “angry" or “sad.”
"I strongly support the women of this country," Sen. Stabenow said Wednesday ahead of her vote in support of the Women's Health Protection Act.
The semiconductor shortage has limited auto production and driven up prices for available cars.
Both Georgia Senate seats flipped from red to blue, and that’s shaking up the Senate in ways that could help Michiganders.
After casting doubt on the legitimacy of the election, two-time Republican Senate hopeful John James conceded after the Michigan Board of Canvassers certified the election results.
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