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economia y contabley angrisani lopez pdfBy Brian Perry
LANSING — The Michigan Legislature is not set to take up a bill on the popular Michigan Right to Farm Act again until after the 2020 election, when presumably different members of the Legislature will be sitting.
And among Democrats looking to take advantage of the sudden die-off of Republicans in the legislature this past week, they have instead opted to focus their efforts on a bill that would get rid of the need for no-fault auto insurance across the state.
The auto insurance bill, originally introduced by Rep. Jim Runestad, R-White Lake, is back before the House again after lawmakers declined to advance it in 2019, even after Rep. Gerald Casada, R-Stockton Township, had appeared to bow out.
The bill would require all car drivers with major insurance companies in Michigan to have their vehicles covered under no-fault auto insurance policies. That includes not just the auto insurance but collision and comprehensive coverage.
“Why would someone purchase an automobile or own a home if they didn’t feel safe and secure?” Casada asked during debate on the bill earlier this month. “So, we don’t want to restrict or limit the option, and we don’t want to have the government telling people, ‘You need to have this kind of insurance.’ ”
Tough talk for the times, but it’s not clear that Casada is serious. He plans to retire at the end of the year and in the 2020 election cycle Democrats want to defeat him and other Republicans in the state.
Casada has not filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission or filed as a candidate for the 2020 election and said in an email to the Free Press that he “may” run for the GOP https://bryophyteportal.org/portal/checklists/checklist.php?clid=11365
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West Ham director of football Mario Husillos will take charge of negotiations with Arsenal for Michu after being parachuted into the role.
MirrorFootball can reveal that Husillos will meet with the Premier League club’s hierarchy in London this week to settle their interest in the former Malaga man, who cost them just £8million.
Husillos’s recruitment of Husillos will be a fascinating and refreshing departure from what has been a disappointing and, at times, unsuccessful managerial coups over the past few years.
His reputation as a respected dealmaker of an exceptional calibre was evident after he, together with his brother Javier, saved the club from what was dubbed a financial cowboys and Indians situation at the end of the summer by striking a deal with top-flight Swiss club Basel for the transfer of Michu.
Husillos’s involvement in the negotiation came on the recommendation of Upton Park supremo David Gold. The influential businessman – who had been linked to the Gunners and Everton before the arrival of Brendan Rodgers – is believed to have made a number of contacts in the Spanish club and with the player, and thought his brother Mario, while a mostly unknown figure in England, could be the man to do the deal.
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It had already been agreed that Husillos would formally join the club after the takeover of their parent company, Grosvenor Capital, was completed.
No deal could be struck at the end of last season as an embargo on players who had more than two years on their contract would be lifted in January, and the Hammers chiefs hoped to use the summer window to try to sign the player on loan.
That did not happen and Michu decided to give the new owners time to build the squad – and he is still at Malaga.
Husillos’s return to