October 4, 2022
By Martha Lewand
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced new rules increasing access to birth control in Michigan. Following updates to the state’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, pharmacists are now permitted to prescribe oral contraceptives. Read more about how this program expands access to contraceptives and its impact.
Incumbent Democrat Michael J. Behm speaks at the Regent Candidate Forum at Ruthven Building’s University Hall Monday Morning. Reproductive Rights Rally in the Daily Monday evening. Lila Turner/Daily. Buy this photo.
Regents candidates discuss sexual misconduct, health care at forum
Four candidates for the University’s Board of Regents spoke and answered questions ranging from academics to health care to sexual misconduct. Two Democratic incumbents are being challenged by candidates from the Republican and Green parties. Click to learn more about the candidates before voting on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
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Miss Kim, a Korean restaurant on North Fifth Avenue, is using a sliding price scale to help increase food access. The restaurant is allowing customers to pay nothing, or up to 1.5X the original price, for the 17 most popular dishes. Learn more about this innovative program and how it’s helping the community.
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LSA junior Maddie Cutler discusses an idea all too common for younger generations: the fatigue of tragedy. Cutler discusses the many worries faced on a daily basis in America and explores how their constantness affects people.
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