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Gov. Snyder Declares State Of Energy Emergency Print
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 12:12
Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday declared a State of Energy Emergency due to a fuel pipeline shutdown, plus an unplanned outage at the Marathon refinery in Detroit. Heading into the Memorial Day weekend, gas prices are already on the rise. The executive order issued by Snyder allows those transporting fuel to spend more hours on the road to make sure fuel is available.  It suspends state and federal regulations related to hours of service for motor carriers and drivers transporting all transportation fuels within Michigan, enabling these individuals to exceed the number of hours and consecutive days in which they can operate a commercial motor vehicle.  It does not waive any environmental rules or alter commercial arrangements.  The executive order is effective immediately and remains in effect until it's rescinded or until June 6.
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AG Asks Public To Report Any Abuse At GRVH Print
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 12:00
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is encouraging any victims and witnesses of abuse at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans (GRHV) to contact his office with information that could help his ongoing investigation into the treatment of patients in the facility.  Schuette confirmed that his Health Care Fraud Division has been conducting an investigation into allegations of improper care at the GRHV since February 23, 2016.  This followed the February 18, 2016, Michigan Auditor General report that indicated the facility was allegedly not properly taking care of the veterans residing at the GRHV.  While the Dept. of Attorney General does not always confirm that investigations are ongoing, Schuette has made this investigation public in order to encourage those who may have been residing in the facility during the last several years, who may have been witness to or victims of mistreatment, to contact his office.  Mistreatment could be physical or financial in nature.  The GRHV is one of two State of Michigan-run homes for veterans; the second facility is the D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans in Marquette. Schuette encourages those with information about the GRHV to contact his Healthcare Fraud Division at: 1-800-24-ABUSE.