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LAWMAKERS MUST VOTE “NO” ON BIDEN’S INHUMANE BORDER DEAL THAT AIMS TO FURTHER ERODE DUE PROCESS AND SEPARATE FAMILIES
Michigan United strongly condemns President Joe Biden’s legislative deal that would affect the U.S.-Mexico border. We urge lawmakers to vote NO on H.R. 6678, 6679, 5585, and 6976.
KEY ISSUES MISSING FROM GOV. WHITMER’S 2024 AGENDA
While we applaud Gov. Whitmer’s continued dedication to improving education, including record per-pupil funding and her new proposals for Universal Pre-K and community college for all—and while we also echo her declaration that the rent is too damn high—it is crucial to highlight the issues that were absent from the governor's agenda. 
Thank you for celebrating MLK weekend with Michigan United!
News & Media On Monday, Michigan Deputy Secretary of State Aghogho Edevbie spoke at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Justice Assembly and Awards Ceremony at Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit, MI. FacebookTwitterWe want to personally thank you for joining us to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. It was jam-packed. It …
Join the Fight for Environmental Justice: How You Can Hold Utility Companies Accountable!
Michigan United's Environmental Justice team has worked tirelessly to hold utility companies accountable and promote energy democracy. Unfortunately, Michiganders only receive $35 for their losses during every power outage, while these companies charge higher rates. This is unacceptable, and we need to demand more.
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