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Politics & Government

In this morning's headlines: Goverment shutdown, wolf hunt, oil and gas well inspections

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What a government shutdown could mean for Michigan

If the federal government fails to come up with a budget deal by midnight, there will be a federal government shutdown. However, that won't have much of an immediate impact on Michigan. According to the Detroit Free Press,

With only about 50,000 federal employees, Michigan isn’t going to see an exodus of furloughed workers no matter what happens Tuesday.

Wolf hunting licenses sold fast

"Licenses for Michigan’s first legal wolf hunt in many years nearly sold out on the first day they became available over the weekend," Rick Pluta reports.

Oil and gas wells not inspected as much as state wants

"A new report shows almost 70 percent of actively producing oil and gas wells in Michigan are not being inspected as often as the state intends," Jake Neher reports.

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