LANSING, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Tuesday providing updates on the state’s response to COVID-19. The governor led her press conference saying Michiganders cannot let their guard down and hopes they choose to celebrate the Fourth of July safely. As of June 30, Michigan is in Phase 4 of the governor’s six-phase plan which was announced on May 7 to stop the spread of COVID-19 and reopen Michigan’s economy. RELATED LINK: Michigan Is In Phase 4 Of Gov. Whitmer’s 6 Phase Plan To Reopen The State Here are Gov. Whitmer’s June 30 updates: The Bipartisan Budget Agreement: this agreement proves that in times of crisis, we can come together and build a budget that reflects a bipartisan commitment to the things Michiganders value most. Michigan still needs support from the Federal Government Monday, June 29, Whitmer proposed several more police to reform policing in Michigan RELATED LINK: Here’s The Details On Gov. Whitmer’s Proposed 4-Pronged Police Reform Plan Tuesday morning, Whitmer signed an executive order to rename the state-owned Lewis Cass building in Downtown Lansing to the Elliott-Larsen Building honoring the legislators who sponsored Michigan’s Landmark Civil Rights Act. Over the last month, the… Read full this story
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