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Explosive allegations surface on alleged homophobic slur against AG Nessel by John Gleason

MDHHS, State Police insist testing remains critical to slowing spread of COVID-19 cases in Michigan

Attorney General issues press release to address short supply of face coverings required by midnight

SWARTZ CREEK (CCN) — A Swartz Creek man known for pushing socialist and progressive left-wing political agenda philosophies has delivered explosive allegations against a popular long-time politician.  Ryan LoRee took to Facebook Friday morning with two videos to make allegations about homophobic slurs being made to him via texts and a message left on his cell phone by Genesee County Clerk & Register of Deeds John Gleason of Flushing. LoRee says the alleged homophobic slurs were made by Gleason about Attorney General Dana Nessel.  READ MORE

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Attorney General issues press release to address short supply of face coverings required by midnight

MDHHS, State Police insist testing remains critical to slowing spread of COVID-19 cases in Michigan

Attorney General issues press release to address short supply of face coverings required by midnight

LANSING (CCN) —  Michigan business owners won't need to comply with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmner's Executive Order to supply appropriate face coverings for employees when opening on Monday morning.  READ MORE

MDHHS, State Police insist testing remains critical to slowing spread of COVID-19 cases in Michigan

MDHHS, State Police insist testing remains critical to slowing spread of COVID-19 cases in Michigan

MDHHS, State Police insist testing remains critical to slowing spread of COVID-19 cases in Michigan

LANSING (CCN) — Beginning this week, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has expanded testing criteria as state officials continue to work to increase testing supplies and access to them. Now, any Michigander displaying mild symptoms or any essential worker still reporting to work in person, whether symptomatic or not, is eligible to get a test with an order from a health care provider.

“Testing remains critical to our efforts to slow the spread of the virus,” said Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, MDHHS chief medical executive and chief deputy for health.  READ MORE


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