WSJM Morning News-9/17/2020
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In this edition:
- Get ready to vote in November. That’s the message from Governor Whitmer and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson as local clerks will begin sending ballots on September 24.
- Unit One of the Cook nuclear power plant in Bridgman will go into a refueling outage this weekend.
- A west Michigan resident is suspected of having Eastern Equine Encephalitis.
- Congressman Fred Upton is calling on a state agency in Michigan to release some federal funds to housing organizations to help prevent evictions during the pandemic.
- South Haven Public Schools are reopening to in-person education next week.
- A bipartisan bill is in effect to help protect victims of sexual abuse, and to make sure they have time to seek justice when they feel ready to do so.
- Anyone who was a fan of the Hard Rock Cafe at Four Winds New Buffalo has until Halloween to say goodbye to it.
- With the nation heading into an election, there are some key matters older Michiganders care about that transcend partisan politics.
- It’s almost time to view the fall colors here in Michigan.