Merry Christmas from Michigan Catholic Conference; Thank You! Your Advocacy Helped Block Payday Lending Expansion; Michigan Strengthens Water Protections for Citizens; MCC Applauds Global Child Thrive Act Passage, but Uncertainty Remains After Presidential Veto; DNR Orders for Medically Frail Minors One Step Away From Becoming Law.
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Michigan Bishops Share Moral Considerations About COVID-19 Vaccines; Thank You for Advocacy on Payday Lending Bill; Legislation Preventing Water Shutoffs Headed to Governor's Desk; Juvenile Expungement Measures Close to Becoming Law; House Passes Food Assistance Bill, Sends to Governor for Final Consideration; Jail Reforms Widely Clear Michigan House of Representatives; MCC Launches Webpage to Share Guidelines for End of Life Decisions.
Grassroots Advocacy Exposes Concerns with Payday Lending Bill; Sexual Abuse Prevention Measures Passed by Senate Committee; Legislation to Temporarily Institute Water Shutoff Pause Clears Senate; Next Stop for Jail Reform Package: The Governor's Desk.
MCC Urges Opposition to Predatory Lending Expansion; November Recognized as Adoption Awareness Month in Michigan; Bill to Aid Providers of Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Sent to House; Legislation Clarifying Food Assistance Stalls in House Committee; Jail Reform Package Pushes Forward With Wide Support.
ACT NOW! Urge Your State Senator to Oppose Payday Lending Expansion; The Word from Lansing: Catholics Emboldened to Fight Abuse, Encourage Healing; MCC Advocates For Protection Against Water Shutoffs During COVID-19 Pandemic.
Oral Arguments in State Supreme Court Urge Equal Protection for Nonpublic School Students.
2020 Election Results: National and Statewide Races and Measures; U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Key Religious Liberty Case.
Form Your Conscience, Vote, and Pray This Election; Participate in Civilize It This 2020 Election Cycle; MCC Expresses Concerns as Petition Moves Forward.
Stillborn Certificate Fee Exemption Signed Into Law; MCC Encourages Participation in 2020 Election, Offers Voter Resources; Take the Pledge: Join Other Michiganders in “Civilizing It”; Legislation to Eliminate Certain Mandatory Minimums Continues Forward.
Respect Life Month Reminds of Needed Action, Advocacy for Human Life; Action Needed! Support the Federal SAVE Moms & Babies Act; MCC Offers Summaries on Statewide Ballot Proposals; Participate in Civilize It This 2020 Election Cycle.