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Greg Marshall Show Topics 7/15/2013

Fundraiser for Greg Marshall’s medical expenses info:

Fund Donations can be sent to:
Landmark Baptist Church
1182 Kemp Rd.
Petosky, Mi. 49770
Make sure to mention the benevolence fund
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EXCLUSIVE — Robert Zimmerman: Sharpton ‘Damaged the Fabric of Our Society

EXCLUSIVE -- Robert Zimmerman Sharpton 'Damaged the Fabric of Our Society
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Al Sharpton: ‘This Is An Atrocity…a Slap in the Face to Those That Believe in Justice’

David Dudenhoffer joins the program

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Michigan Medicaid debate to continue in Lansing as billboards, yard signs pop up across state

Michigan Medicaid debate to continue in Lansing as billboards, yard signs pop up across state
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Greg Marshall Show Topics 7/12/2013

Cops: 12-Year-Old Rides Bike To Bank, Robs It


SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) - A young boy is in custody for allegedly robbing a bank in Southfield.

Police say the incident happened around 3 a.m. Friday at the Bank of America branch on Greenfield Road near 10 Mile Road, just south of I-696. Officers responded to the scene after receiving a call from the bank’s security monitoring company, who said that they had video of a suspect in the building.

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Can Michigan sustain school funding? Analysis says cuts may be coming in 2015

Can Michigan sustain school funding Analysis says cuts may be coming in 2015
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Lawmakers seek restrictions on ‘fracking’

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Gov. Snyder talks Medicaid expansion in Marquette

MARQUETTE — Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s campaign for expanded Medicaid coverage in Michigan continued Tuesday morning in Marquette. The Republican leader spoke at Marquette General Hospital.

Governor Snyder wants to expand eligibility for government-provided health insurance to 320,000 low-income adults next year. In June, the state House approved legislation that would make that happen, but the state Senate adjourned earlier this month without voting on the measure.

Now the governor is pleading for them to take action. His message to the Senate is simple.

“This is our opportunity to step up and take care of several hundred-thousand Michiganders, who don’t have insurance, they’re hardworking people, but they’re caught in a difficult case, because using the E.R. isn’t a good answer for them or for us, so let’s get this solved,” Snyder said.
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Snyder & Casperson talk Medicaid RAW INTERVIEWS