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Foreclosures draw closer scrutiny as they continue to climb

LANSING — Foreclosure numbers are often used to show how poor an economy is, but stopping foreclosures, even temporarily, could undo the Michigan housing market’s progress, some experts say.

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What will turn things around Wind energy

LANSING — With the decline of the automotive industry and Michigan’s economy taking a turn for the worse, workers and businesses are looking for ways to turn things around — and they may have found one answer: wind energy.

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State’s utilities gear up to meet energy challenges of Chevy Volt

LANSING — The Chevy Volt, General Motors’ first electric vehicle, will be released in Michigan at the end of 2010. But is Michigan ready?

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What will turn things around? Wind energy

LANSING — With the decline of the automotive industry and Michigan’s economy taking a turn for the worse, workers and businesses are looking for ways to turn things around — and they may have found one answer: wind energy.

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Batch of anti immigration proposals stall in Lansing

LANSING — Many immigration-related bills are languishing in House and Senate committees, a fact that could motivate some legal immigrants to leave Michigan, rights advocates say.

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