Michigan Senate Votes to Extend Electric Bill Surcharge

The Michigan Senate voted to extend an electric bill surcharge of up to $1 per month among a list of other fee extensions. The measure was sponsored by Sen. John Bizon (R–Battle Creek) and extends the original sunset date four years to September 30, 2023.

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Commentary: Independent Gun Dealers Are Cornerstones of Liberty

The news that Walmart – the world’s largest retailer – has decided to virtue signal by ceasing the sale of handgun and modern sporting rifle ammunition and barring firearms permit holders from carrying in their stores, reinforces what we have been saying about corporate totalitarianism: The greatest threat to liberty may not be an overweening government, but soulless corporations intent on enforcing conformity to their will.

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Labor Department To Reinstate Aide Wrongfully Accused Of Anti-Semitism

The Department of Labor reinstated a political appointee Wednesday night who resigned under pressure after a Bloomberg Law reporter accused him of anti-Semitism for a Facebook post in which he was actually condemning anti-Semites in the alt-right, the Daily Caller News Foundation exclusively learned.

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