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Rebuked in court, animal-right activists turn to politics to fight the cull.
The new city--and its neighbors--grapple with growth.
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In 1970, the U-M promised to grow its black enrollment. It's still a work in progress.
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The city gains on its staff vacancies.
Sanders' Ann Arbor army gears up for the March 8 primary.
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The new sewage plant goes online.
Bargain birth control arrives.
Thanks to donations from the public, environmental education survived the AAPS budget cuts.
Straight-ticket ban could give the GOP an edge out-county.
The feds dismiss Irv Mermelstein's corruption claims.
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