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Rest up, Rep. Dingell!…

Rest up, Rep. Dingell! After undergoing surgery for a perforated ulcer, Rep. Dingell is recovering well at George Washington Hospital in Washington, DC. We will be rescheduling the Congresswoman’s upcoming town hall until she has fully recovered. Thank you for your time and consideration. – Team Dingell See our original post at Facebook

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MICRC – ICRC Meeting Schedule

More Things to Do: Redistricting Committees For Michiganders who worked for or donated to Voters Not Politicians, and for other voters who care deeply about fairness in government and have been offended by gerrymandering, the time has arrived. Redistricting committees are meeting throughout Michigan to receive the input of voters regarding where and how district…

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GOP lawmaker rips Republican colleagues’ ‘bogus’ insurrection claims

GOP lawmaker rips Republican colleagues’ ‘bogus’ insurrection claims https://bit.ly/3oEyby3 Michigan GOP congressman rejects claims by colleagues downplaying Capitol riot When many Republicans spread inaccurate accounts of the January 6 insurrection some are actually calling out that effort for what it is. And Liz Cheney isn’t the only one. On Sunday, Congressman Fred Upton (R-MI) cited…

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Despite the opposition of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif) an…

Despite the opposition of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), the House passed a bipartisan bill to investigate the January 6 insurrection through an independent, 9/11-style commission last evening. The final vote was 252–175, with 35 Republicans joining Democrats in supporting the legislation. It will now go to…

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Another voter suppression bill…

Another voter suppression bill This week, the State Senate will vote on SB273 which has the potential to eliminate drop boxes for absentee ballots throughout Michigan.This bill will require approval of the 4-member Board of Canvassers, comprised of 2 Democrats and 2 Republicans. Although this bill appears innocuous enough, if a majority of the members…