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  1. Michigan allows registered people to use, grow and sell marijuana for medicinal purposes, but the drug is still illegal under federal law. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)

    Conflicting Michigan, federal marijuana laws may cast cloud of confusion

    Michigan's medical marijuana program has recorded some interesting ups and downs, according to state statistics analyzed by The Detroit News. The number of qualified patients and licensed primary caregivers declined between 2011 and 2013, while the number of physicians and the revenues generated from the program's license fees rose during that same period, according to the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

  1. Michigan prisoners may get $1K-per-pill hepatitis C care

     (AP)A new hepatitis C treatment that costs $1,000 a pill will soon be given to some Michigan prison inmates. The same drug isn't available to most Michiganians, whose insurance companies won't pay for it.

  2. Tigers' inconsistency makes it hard to tell what help they need

    The availability of starter David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays is something many teams are checking into as Thursday's 4 p.m. trade deadline nears. (Hannah Foslien / Getty Images) It's scary how good they could be, or should be, especially with their starting pitching. And it's scary how easily their flaws could derail them. It's why Dave Dombrowski probably will keep cell phones smashed to both ears right up until 4 p.m. Thursday, because nothing is set until a championship is won.

  3. Appeals court wary of Syncora bid to block Detroit casino cash

    People play the slots at Greektown Casino in Detroit. Detroit's legal team and a holdout creditor are fighting over the city's best revenue stream  $15 million a month in casino taxes. (John T. Greilick / The Detroit News)A panel of federal appeals court judges Wednesday had some criticism for a bond insurer's bid to block Detroit from accessing casino revenue, with one judge calling the creditor's efforts 'fairly Draconian.'

  4. Ballot bid to phase out Michigan business tax raises questions

    Manufacturers and other businesses have raised more than $8 million for a statewide broadcast campaign urging voters to approve eliminating what they consider a burdensome tax.

  1. Gov's race shouldn't be this close

    The most comfortable bet I would make in this election season is that Gov. Rick Snyder would win re-election, and easily.

  1. Berman: Vote for Proposal 1 not as easy as it appears

    What do you do when a ballot question requires a week's worth of study and analysis to understand and still begs for a judgment call?

  1. Howes: Duggan right guy for city water job

    The brouhaha over the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department's poorly executed water shut-off plan a program whose time is way past due given $90 million in delinquencies, a …

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  1. Howes: Duggan right guy for city water job

    Duggan (Max Ortiz / The Detroit News)

    The brouhaha over the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department's poorly executed water shut-off plan a program whose time is way past due given $90 …

  1. Gov's race shouldn't be this close

    Gov. Rick Snyder has had a productive first term, but challenger Mark Schauer is showing more strength than expected at the polls. (Clarence Tabb Jr / The Detroit News)

    The most comfortable bet I would make in this election season is that Gov. Rick Snyder would win re-election, and easily.

  1. Israel vows to destroy Hamas tunnels, calls up 16K reservists

    Smoke rises after an Israeli strike hit the offices of the Hamas movement's Al-Aqsa satellite TV station, in Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, July 31, 2014. Israel said Thursday it has called up another 16,000 reservists, allowing it to potentially widen its Gaza operation against the territory's Hamas rulers in a war that has killed more than 1,300 Palestinians and more than 50 Israelis. (Hatem Moussa / AP)

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today that Israel will destroy the Hamas tunnel network in the Gaza Strip 'with or without a cease-fire,' as …

  1. New Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum exhibit lets kids get wet and wild

    'H2Oh!' is one of three new exhibits at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum. (Ari Morris)

    The new exhibit allows open-ended play at stations that demonstrate a variety of water-related scientific concepts. Two other exhibits, 'Nano…

  1. Lick the summer heat with these ice cream treats

    This grown-up sundae features Marsala syrup. Also pictured are ice cream truffles dipped in chocolate and almonds, pistachios or coconut. (Kate Lawson / The Detroit News)

    Ice cream is one of the greatest joys of summer no matter how you lick it. Whether you stack scoops to the sky on a cone, drop a dollop in a bowl …

  1. Nintendo reports loss on shaky Wii U sales

    Shoppers take escalators painted with the logos of Nintendo and Super Mario characters at an electronics store in Tokyo. Nintendo Co. sank to a worse-than-expected loss for the fiscal first quarter on lagging Wii U and 3DS video-game machine sales. (Shizuo Kambayashi / AP)

    Tokyo Nintendo Co. sank to a worse-than-expected loss for the fiscal first quarter on lagging Wii U and 3DS video-game machine sales.


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