Utilities fight Michigan’s post-Flint lead regulation
Water utilities and services that provide tap water for a majority of Michigan residents are pushing back against a new state lead rule meant to protect public health after the Flint water crisis.
Indivisible activists fired up to fight GOP in Lame Duck
Indivisible groups, which propelled Democrats to victories in key races across Michigan last month, are now firing up to fight the GOP legislation in Lame Duck.
Snyder’s PFAS funding falls short, environmentalists say
Environmentalists say Gov. Rick Snyder’s requested $43 million in additional funding to tackle contamination from a suite of chemicals abbreviated as PFAS is a good start.