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Michigan Voters Approved Recreational Marihuana - Now What?

Following the recent passage of Proposal 1, the League has developed a Recreational Marihuana Proposition white paper. This new resource for municipal attorneys and their clients details what to expect and the issues to be addressed in regard to Proposal 1.The white paper outlines the provisions of the initiatied statute and addresses some of the practical consequences for munipalities. It also raises concerns that local government officials should be prepared to confront. Read more.

League's Anthony Minghine Discusses Broken Municipal Finance on Radio

The SaveMiCity initiative is prominently mentioned in an excellent in-depth interview with the League's Anthony Minghine on 910 am Superstation in Detroit. this morning. Minghine discusses revenue sharing, our state's broken system for funding municipalities, possible solutions, and much more. Listen here (Tony starts at the 1 hour and 30 minute mark). Read more.

Podcast Zooms in on State Rep's Perspective on Auto Insurance, More

On this week's Michigan Politics, Huh? podcast, the League's Matt Bach sits down with State Rep. Mary Whiteford, R-Casco Twp, at a coffee shop in downtown Allegan. They cover everything from revenue sharing to auto insurance - even drag racing and the flute! Tune in now..

Monday Morning Live Broadcast Covered PPT, Fireworks, More

We hope you joined us for our second Monday Morning Live broadcast, where our legislative team enlightened us on the rapid-fire activity in the Legislature during the Lame Duck session. Watch it now on Facebook and tune in for the next episode, Mon., Dec. 17, 10:30-11:00 am.

Bills Would Remove Local Authority for Tree and Vegetation Regulations

The League needs your help in opposing tree trimming and removal bils (SB 1188-1194) that are being rushed through the Senate. The bills would enact the "Vegetation Removal Preemption Act." The League strongly opposes this legislation and encourages our members to contact their lawmakers immediately. Read more.

Is Michigan Prepared to Handle Growth if We Actually Get it?

In light of the extreme weather conditions continually hitting other parts of the U.S., Popular Science predicts that Michigan will be one of the best places to live in the year 2100. What economic development and community investment strategies can we employ to prepare for a potential new wave of residents? Read more.

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