Michigan is becoming an important battleground state in the 2020 Presidential election and the state’s Governor has no problems picking sides.
Hillsdale College in Michigan is planning on holding an in-person graduation ceremony that will draw around 2,600 guests. The event will be in direct defiance of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders. The College says it’s notified the county health officials. The county officials are reportedly unhappy with the plans but
The Emergency was scheduled to end on July 16th. The extension will now last until August 11th unless extended again. The extension allows Whitmer to retain special powers as Governor.
Immediately following the dam failures Michigan Governor Whitmer was quick to blame the “private” dam owners for the emergency. However, the state was well aware of issues at the dam and neglected to take care of the problem.
Today Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced she will again extend the state’s State of Emergency. The declared emergency was scheduled to end this Friday, June 17th. She made the announcement today at a press conference. The extension comes minutes after she put up a slide at a press conference that
The photo was posted to twitter by Kim Russell of WXYZ. The map shows all states of the USA and classifies them according to their presumed risk. What’s confusing is that the map highlights Michigan and New York as Green, indicating they are “on track to contain COVID.” All 48
Businesses are slowly beginning to open in the state of Michigan. Legislators are pushing to revoke Gretchen Whitmer’s emergency powers. Governor Gretchen Whitmer first announced her stay-at-home order and emergency declaration in March. Michigan remains in a formal state of emergency. The declared emergency is scheduled to expire Friday but