State employee who was charged in Flint water crisis gets cushy job; Brandon Dillon won’t seek re-election as the Michigan Democratic Party chairman; and an anti-Semite who threatened local journalists was placed on house arrest.
DPD officers oust their union president; conservative columnist Nolan Finley wants Snyder to “go in peace;” and a Sterling Heights man has been charged with murdering a transgender woman in Detroit.
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