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The Corrections Department raises concerns over its proposed budget. A drop in phosphorous is ahead of schedule in part of the Great Lakes. The Growlers are shut out at home. The Bombers win on the road.

File photo of road construction by WMUK
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Enbridge heads to court over its agreement with the state over Line 5. Some Republican lawmakers want to sell assets to fund road repair. WMU alum Marin Mazzie is remembered at the Tony Awards.

: Democratic Representative Jon Hoadley (left) and Democratic Senator Jeremy Moss (right) are bill sponsors. Photo by Chenya Roth, Michigan Public Radio Network
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

Kalamazoo State Representative Jon Hoadley and others call for expanding state discrimination protections to LGBTQ people. Benton Harbor residents rally to keep the high school open. A resolution calls for a northern Michigan state Representative to resign.

Kalamazoo City Hall - file photo by Sehvilla Mann, WMUK
Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

Three WMU proposals make the cut in a National Science Foundation competition. Kalamazoo County Health officials are tracking mosquitoes that spread the Zika virus. Five finalists will interview for a vacancy on the Kalamazoo City Commission. 

State Capitol Rotunda - file photo by Cheyna Roth, Michigan Public Radio Network
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

Bills in the state House would require state office holders and candidates to disclose their finances. Members of Congress, including most of Michigan’s delegation are using leadership PACs to raise money for other candidates. The Kalamazoo Growlers sweep a double header while the Battle Creek Bombers are shut out. 

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