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Health benefits could be combined for elderly low income

LANSING — Although the state could move dual-eligible Medicare and Medicaid individuals into a new system, most beneficiaries don't realize the potential changes to their benefits, according to a new survey.

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Workplace deaths dip but most are still preventable

LANSING — Slightly fewer workers died in the state last year than in 2010, according to the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Michigan State University.

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Mortgage fraud targeted by prosecutors new law

LANSING — The long arm of justice is nailing some of the scam artists whose mortgage frauds contributed to the national recession, according to the U.S. Attorney’s offices in Detroit and Grand Rapids.

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Study promotes teleworking flexible job schedules

February 5, 2012

LANSING — Even without a rigid 8-to-5 working schedule, employees in the state could be more productive and enjoy higher job satisfaction, according to a new report from a group that encourages telecommuting.

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