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News From Around Detroit
- Report calls for new marijuana taxes to help promote minority ownershipby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
A Marijuana Regulatory Agency work group says the state should institute a 1.5% tax on transactions between recreational marijuana license holders.
- Isidore Torres rose from migrant farm worker to Wayne County Circuit Court judgeby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
On the bench, Judge Isidore B. Torres was known both for the respect he showed attorneys and for his sense of humor, said his son, Felipe Torres.
- Republican Party moves to replace GOP board member who voted to certify Michigan electionby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
Van Langevelde's rejection of false claims of voter fraud allowed the election to be certified, awarding Michigan's 16 electoral votes to Joe Biden.
- Michigan readies for impact of new COVID strain that could dominate the US by Marchby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
Health officials are concerned about what the UK variant of COVID means for Michigan case numbers, hospitalizations and deaths.
- Sir Salts-A-Lot: Michigan Department of Transportation asking public to name snowplowsby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
With more than 250 snowplows statewide, MDOT has turned to the public for help naming them.
- Trump will be remembered as one of the worst U.S. presidents, nearly half of Americans say
The data reflect how President Donald Trump has carved sharp divisions between Americans during his time in the White House.
- Biden inherits a deeply divided nation, but most voters think he will bring unity
The Biden presidency is starting at a precarious point in American history, but a majority of Americans say the next president will do more to bring the country together than to tear it apart, according to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll.
- WATCH LIVE: Retired Gen. Lloyd Austin's Senate confirmation hearing for defense secretary
The Senate typically confirms some nominees, particularly the secretaries of defense, state and treasury, on Inauguration Day, though raw feelings regarding Trump led to Democratic-caused delays four years ago.