While Gov Snyder and AG Schuette fight in court, still no action to replace lead water lines in the #FlintWaterCrisis

It has now been 328 days since Gov. Rick Snyder publicly admitted that the drinking water in the city of Flint, Michigan had been contaminated with the powerful neurotoxin lead. This admission came months and months after the problem had been brought to light and, in the 328 days since … Continue reading →

PHOTOS: Hillary Clinton in Michigan – “This is personal for me. I’m a product of the American middle class.”

“‘Stronger Together’ is not just a slogan for our campaign. It’s a guiding principle for the future we’re going to build.” All photos by Anne C. Savage, special to Eclectablog. Hillary Clinton was in Warren, Michigan today and continued to outline the stark contrast between her vision for America and … Continue reading →

After hearing today, federal Court of Appeals will decide on the constitutionality of Michigan’s Emergency Manager law

Over two years ago, a federal judge swept aside multiple delay tactics by the administration of Gov. Rick Snyder and allowed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Michigan’s Emergency Manager Law to move forward. The wheels of justice turn slowly but they do, indeed, turn and today arguments …read more       … Continue reading →