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Great Success for 11th Annual Matching Money Monday!

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Donations to the Livingston County United Way on the 11th Annual Matching Money Monday, raised a total of $245,000, pending final audit process. Donations from area residents, students, sports clubs, small businesses and companies were matched by big-hearted local sponsors, who made the day possible. All proceeds raised through this…

CEO of Total Security Solutions, Jim Richards, accepts John G. Thodis Michigan Manufacturer of the Year (Small Tier) Award

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Lansing, Mich. Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018 – On behalf of his company, Total Security Solutions (TSS), CEO Jim Richards accepted the John G. Thodis Michigan Manufacturer of the Year (Small Tier) Award at the Michigan Manufacturers Association – MFG Excellence Awards ceremony. The event was held at the Kellogg Hotel…

Thank YOU! Volunteer Red Kettle Weekend!

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Livingston County, MI – The traditional sound of bells ringing at The Livingston County Salvation Army Red Kettles were heard all over the county last Friday and Saturday thanks to the over 400 volunteers that helped us! Each year The Salvation Army ask busy do-gooders to volunteer time at the…

Vaupel calls for transparency from drug manufacturers

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel today delivered testimony before the House Health Policy Committee on a bill he introduced to make prescription drug pricing more transparent. Vaupel, who chairs the committee, said prescription drugs make up a large part of the increasing cost of health care in Michigan. The goal of…

Rep. Vaupel plan creates higher standards for Michigan pet stores

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Legislation introduced by state Rep. Hank Vaupel to protect dogs by strengthening standards for Michigan pet stores was approved today by the Michigan House. Vaupel, a veterinarian of more than 40 years, said his plan prevents Michigan pet stores from acquiring dogs from unregulated breeders, or “puppy mills.” “We’re raising…