Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 10:14pm
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Each week, The Michigan Daily will be publishing a wrap-up of the most important bills proposed in Michigan Legislature over the past seven days:

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 9:16pm
Tim Carney, commentary editor at the Washington Examiner, moderates the Michigan Review debate at the Michigan Union Friday.

Hans von Spakovsky, The Heritage Foundation’s manager on the election law reform initiative, and Bryan Caplan, economics professor at George Mason University, debated if President Donald Trump’s immigration platform harms the United States in an event hosted by The Michigan Review on Friday night.

Monday, October 9, 2017 - 9:33pm
Panel members speak at the Past, Present, and Future Coming Out Panel Wednesday at the Alumni Center.

University of Michigan alum Christopher Armstrong, the first openly gay Central Student Government president, gave a keynote speech on coming out as a part of a panel organized by the Spectrum Center on Monday night as part of Coming Out Week.

Armstrong told his own coming-out story, including what he experienced with his own family and then what he experienced when he came to the University.

Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 11:10pm
Abdul El-Sayed campaigned for Governor at the Ford School of Public Policy on Thursday.

Michigan gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed spoke to an auditorium full of students Thursday night at the Ford School of Public Policy about what he hopes to achieve as governor. The event was part of a town hall hosted by the University of Michigan chapter of College Democrats.

The 32-year-old Democrat announced his candidacy for Michigan governor in February, and has since gained support from around the state, raising over $1 million by July for his campaign.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 8:59pm
American Enterprise Institute President Arthur Brooks lectures about escaping poverty through entrepreneurship Wednesday in the Annenberg Auditorium.

Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, says there are several ways in which those in poverty can escape their situation. One of these ways is by living a "startup life."

Brooks, who gave a talk Wednesday afternoon about escaping poverty through entrepreneurship as a part of the Policy Talks at the Ford School of Public Policy, said living a “startup life” includes taking risks and using weaknesses to propel strengths. He also discussed how those in positions of privilege can help those in poverty.

Monday, October 2, 2017 - 8:13pm
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Monday afternoon, a man fell from the parking structure at South Fourth Avenue and East William Street. He was declared dead at the scene, Ann Arbor Police Department officers confirmed.

AAPD Lieutenant Matthew Lige said the investigations have led AAPD to believe there was no foul play, but it is still too early to definitively say one way or another.

“We have a 56-year-old man that fell to his death we believe from the parking structure,” Lige said. “We have no suggestion that this is foul play.”

Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 5:35pm

Students and residents in the Kerrytown area woke up to flat tires Saturday morning following a wave of vandalism that occurred Friday night.

A number of vehicles in Kerrytown — which spans past the north area of the University of Michigan campus — reportedly had been tampered with, specifically the vehicles’ tires.

Brewers towing company has answered most of the calls to tow cars and add air to tires, employee Christina Simon said.

Monday, September 25, 2017 - 1:20pm
Rackham student Dana Greene kneels on the Diag in response to racist events around campus and the controversy surrounding NFL free agent Colin Kaepernick on Monday.

This story has been updated with a statement from E. Royster Harper, President Schlissel and tweets from Central Student Government.

Monday, September 25, 2017 - 11:25am
Police and students are present during the protest on campus Monday morning.

At 10:15 in the morning, the C.C. Little bus station was unusually empty.

Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 6:36pm
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Gov. Rick Snyder signed a campaign finance bill Wednesday, extending the ruling of Citizens United v. FEC to the state of Michigan. This allows state representatives and candidates to collect campaign money through super PACs, which then permit them to collect unlimited amounts of money.