How business owners feel about Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s $300 back-to-work bonus
DETROIT – Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer proposed a $300 weekly back-to-work bonus as an incentive to get eligible workers back into the workforce.
The goal of the incentive is to ensure that Michiganders no longer have to choose between going back to work or still collecting a weekly unemployment check.
Whitmer said it’s a great way for everyone to transition back into the workforce following the COVID pandemic.
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4 Fast Facts
- Michigan State Police were on scene of a “death investigation” in Flat Rock on Tuesday. Click here to read more.
- A man identified as a Warren police officer took to Facebook on a local media story and proceeded to make racially inflammatory comments. Click here to read more.
- Repairs are being made to a bridge that’s seemingly falling apart. Click here to read more.
- Jim Brandstatter, the Michigan football play-by-play announcer is defending Bo Schembechler against allegations that the late Michigan football coach knew about athletes being sexually abused by Dr. Robert Anderson. Click here to read more.
Half million excess COVID vaccine doses set to expire in Michigan
Thousands of unwanted COVID vaccine doses are set to expire in Michigan and Canadian officials are asking for access to them so they don’t go to waste.
“I would just ask the politicians do everything you can to not let these vaccines go to waste,” David Musyj, with Windsor Regional Hospital, said.
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