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Senate Bill 690, Allocate epidemic relief money for state and schools: Passed 37 to 0 in the Senate

As a former barber from Akron, Ohio who has since retired from another profession, I have seen YouTube videos about the situation involving Karl Manke, who is several years older than me. I certainly feel for him and other barbers/beauticians who have had their livelihoods interrupted by the…

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Jeff Sessions is in a surreal place. He spent 20 years as a senator from Alabama, followed by 21 months as U.S. Attorney General, and now he is in a tightly competitive race to win back his old Senate seat. He was the first important national figure in government to endorse candidate Donald …

While the controversy over an unnamed local barber and politicized protests take place around Michigan, state deaths from COVID-19 passed 5,000 and the nation is now over 100,000. It’s sad to see many people ignoring the advice of public health officials under the false guise of liberty or p…

One of the five core values of Citizens for Traditional Values Shiawassee (CTV Shiawassee) is limited government. During the current COVID-19 crisis, this value has become all important.

The sheer number of people who have reached out to my office in desperation to get help with the unemployment system has been astonishing. To give you an idea, on one day this week alone, the constituent relations coordinator in my office made about 80 follow-up phone calls to help people wi…

This is a particularly poignant Memorial Day weekend, coming shortly after the number of American coronavirus deaths exceeded the number of Americans who died in the Vietnam War.