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(MPRN) If you want to have a say in deciding Michigan’s next governor, you must register to vote by Tuesday. 

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Republicans have criticized Sixth Congressional District candidate Matt Longjohn, who is running against Republican incumbent Fred Upton, for calling himself a doctor even though he's not licensed to practice medicine in Michigan. But Longjohn says he's never misrepresented his medical credentials.

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Garnet Lewis says she was ready for retirement after a career as an educator and university administrator. But she says the 2016 election made her decide to get reengaged in the political process.

Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

Where do you get a blood test for PFASes? Is the federal limit for drinking water safe, if several states have set their limits lower? Is red tape keeping the Department of Defense from cleaning up the chemicals at military bases?

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(MPRN) A controversial pipeline that carries crude oil and natural gas liquids under the Straits of Mackinac is on its way toward being decommissioned. Sort of. On Tuesday, Governor Rick Snyder’s administration announced an agreement with Enbridge, the owners of the decades old Line 5 pipeline.