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Scott Huizenga

Law firm sees growth in startups

A law firm with a 125-year history is committing resources to target businesses that are just starting out. Read More

Forum set on Metro, CHS deal

Citizens and competitors will get their say on a proposed hospital sale when Attorney General Bill Scheutte hosts a public hearing Thursday in Wyoming. Read More

Utilities argue for repeal of energy choice

David Mengebier says repeal of Michigan’s 10 percent energy choice law is the most reliable and affordable way of providing electricity to customers in Michigan. Read More

Manufacturers could benefit from vehicle repair policy changes

One should never underestimate what Michigan can produce. Read More

Hiring professional help: make you sure you get what you pay for

I recently had the pleasure of spending a few days in Naples, Fla., with friends from high school. Read More

Police chief defends officers' conduct in traffic stop

A police chief in the region is defending his officers' conduct in a traffic stop that led to a federal lawsuit. Read More

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Michigan Supreme Court upholds teacher retirement rulings

LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court has upheld a 2012 law requiring public school employees to pay more toward their pensions to avoid receiving less in retirement, and the justices have also affirmed a similar provision that involves retiree health care benefits. Read More

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