The week in Michigan politics — 7/20/18
The state's most significant political stories of the week
DETROIT – Check out the following political stories from across the state.
Republic and Democratic lawmakers don't often agree. But Michigan representatives from both parties in Washington are sending a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency, asking administrators to change current PFAS standards. These chemicals contaminate drinking water and "have been linked to an increased risk of liver damage and pregnancy problems, among other health issues." PFAS have been detected in Michigan.
WDIV-Local 4 has been covering Michigan's redistricting battle extensively. On Wednesday, the state Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case that will determine whether a redistricting reform measure remains on the November ballot. We will continue to keep you updated as the lawsuit progresses.
Thanedar goes on attack against Whitmer over health care [Detroit News]
Rashida Tlaib, Bill Wild lead fundraising in Detroit's congressional race [Detroit Free Press]
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