Not to mention @onetoughnerd touts job growth after passing Right to Work and working on prevailing wage repeal. Jobs aren’t all worth the same, particularly if you cut and cut and cut workers’ wages. #MISOTS18 #ForOurFuture— Abdul El-Sayed (@AbdulElSayed) January 24, 2018
We've got to combat the opioid crisis in Michigan. Read my plan: https://t.co/CZDIbzjLtH— Gretchen Whitmer (@gretchenwhitmer) January 24, 2018
The biggest threats to our Great Lakes are invasive species and oil. As governor, I will create the Department of Great Lakes and Fresh Water to PROTECT our most precious natural resource. We can be a world leader in water stewardship! #MISOTS18 https://t.co/xrxWcGyWHZ— Gretchen Whitmer (@gretchenwhitmer) January 24, 2018
State of the Taxpayer in 2018: Family budgets have been slashed by billions…income tax hike...pension tax hike…auto insurance rates exploding…bills rising…It's time for a #paycheckagenda to create better paying jobs, cut costs & give a pay raise to Michigan families. #MISOTS pic.twitter.com/0qOwdkdC1r— Bill Schuette (@SchuetteOnDuty) January 23, 2018
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