Category: News


EAM In The News: Friends of Certificate of Need Oppose New Hospital

EAM’s President, Bret Jackson, gives a thoughtful insight as to why a new hospital in Clarkston is not needed.  Read the full article, via The Oakland Press, here: http://www.theoaklandpress.com/government-and-politics/20140922/group-says-bill-supporting-mclarens-plans-for-new-hospital-in-independence-twp-could-get-pushed-through-senate 

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Friends of Certificate of Need Denounce Senate Bill

Friends of Certificate of Need Denounce Senate Bill.  Senate Bill 1073 was met by resounding disapproval from a large coalition of Michigan business, labor and health care organizations.  The Friends of Certificate of Need – which includes a broad range…

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Gov. Snyder and Minister of Transport Announce Bridge Authorities

Gov. Snyder and Minister of Transport Announce Bridge Authorities July 30th, 2014 By: Stacy Leick | stacyleick@eamonline.org Winsor, Ontario: Today, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Canada’s Minister of Transport Lisa Raitt announced the formation of two bridge authorities for the…

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Collaboration Letter to President Obama

June 27, 2014 The Honorable Barack Obama President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20500 Mr. President, Labor and business organizations, companies and municipalities, all together, urge you to help secure funding for…

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Bipartisanship Enables Aid for Former Delphi Workers

Bipartisanship Enables Aid for Former Delphi Workers House Takes Steps in Securing SISF with Passing Bills 5478-5490 May 28th, 2014 Lansing, MI:  The Michigan House of Representatives passed a package of bills (5478-5490) on Tuesday, May 27th, 2014, in a…

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EAM Applauds Passage of 25% Reduction in HICA Tax

EAM Applauds Passage of 25% Reduction in HICA Tax House Passes Senate Bills 893/913 – A Positive Step to Lower Health Care Costs May 27, 2014 Lansing, MI: Today the Michigan House of Representatives approved a 25% reduction in the…

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