Michigan Daybook

Associated Press Michigan Daybook for Tuesday, Jun. 25.

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Jun. 25 11:15 AM Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s public schedule – Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer holds a media roundtable to provide an update on the current status of the FY2020 budget, with State Budget Director Chris Kolb at Romney Bldg, 111 S Capitol Ave, Lansing (11:15 AM EDT); attends MEA Education Rally at Capitol steps, 100 S Capitol Ave, Lansing (12:00 PM EDT); and attends Grand Rapids Pride Reception, with state Sens. Winnie Brinks and Tommy Brann, and state Reps. Rachel Hood and David LaGrand at Brewery Vivant, 925 Cherry St, Grand Rapids (4:15 PM EDT)

Weblinks: http://www.michigan.gov, https://twitter.com/migov

Contacts: Office of the Michigan Governor, BrownT56@michigan.gov

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Jun. 25 2:45 PM Protect Our Care discuss new PPP poll on Texas healthcare lawsuit – Protect Our Care hold press call to denounce a lawsuit they allege is ‘destroying America’s health care’, launch mobilization efforts leading up to oral arguments in the case on 9 Jul, and discuss results of a new Public Policy Polling poll that shows a ‘majority of Americans in key 2020 battleground states reject the lawsuit to destroy Americans’ health care.’ Speakers include Democratic Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Chris Murphy, Protect Our Care Chair Leslie Dach and Executive Director Brad Woodhouse, and Public Policy Polling’s Jim Williams

Weblinks: http://www.protectourcare.org, https://twitter.com/ProtectOurCare

Contacts: Protect Our Care press, press@protectourcare.org

Dial in: 877-229-8493 (Pin: 118261)

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Tuesday, Jun. 25 3:00 PM Michigan Senate Regulatory Reform Committee meeting – Michigan Senate Regulatory Reform Committee meeting, with agenda including consideration of ‘HB 4510 – Occupations; construction; waiver of rule provisions to allow certain modification to safety equipment; require’, and review and discussion of recent actions by the Michigan Elevator Safety Board

Location: Binsfeld Office Building, 201 Townsend St, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://www.senate.michigan.gov/committee/regreform.html

Contacts: Michael Sitkauskas, Michigan Senate Regulatory Reform Committee Clerk, 1 517 373 5314

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Tuesday, Jun. 25 6:00 PM Grand Rapids SAFE Task Force Pitch and Highlight Night – Grand Rapids Safe Alliances for Everyone (SAFE) Task Force Pitch and Highlight Night, for residents and organizations to submit ideas that will contribute to ending violence in Grand Rapids

Location: Grand Rapids Public School, 1331 Franklin St SE, Grand Rapids, MI

Weblinks: http://grcity.us, https://twitter.com/CityGrandRapids

Contacts: Steven Guitar, Executive Office, sguitar@grcity.us, 1 616 456 3773, 1 586 255 0695

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Tuesday, Jun. 25 6:00 PM Michigan state Reps. Mike Mueller and Jack O’Malley host town hall on roads funding

Location: Fenton Township Hall, 12060 Mantawauka Dr, Fenton, MI

Weblinks: http://www.house.mi.gov/home.asp

Contacts: Office of Rep. Mike Mueller, MikeMueller@house.mi.gov, 1 517 373 1780

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Tuesday, Jun. 25 – Thursday, Jun. 27 Society of Government Meeting Professionals National Education Conference and Expo

Location: Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, 400 Renaissance Dr W, Detroit, MI

Weblinks: http://www.sgmpnec.org/

Contacts: SGMP Conference Information, meetings@erg.com, 1 703 549 0892

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Jun. 26 7:05 PM Congressional Baseball Game for Charity – Annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity * The annual game sees Democrats face Republicans, with funds raised going to charities including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, Washington Literacy Center and U.S. Capitol Police Memorial Fund Participants include Democrats Sen. Chris Murphy, and Reps. Pete Aguilar, Colin Allred, Nanette Diaz Barragan, Salud Carbajal, Mike Doyle, Ruben Gallego, Jesus Garcia, Hakeem Jeffries, Dan Kildee, Tom Malinowski, Ed Perlmutter, Dean Phillips, Marc Veasey and Greg Stanton, and Republicans Sen. Rand Paul, and Reps. Steve Scalise, Mark Amodei, Kelly Armstrong, Troy Balderson, Mo Brooks, Tim Burchett, Jeff Duncan, Sam Graves, Barry Loudermilk, John Rutherford, Trent Kelly, Mark Walker, Russ Fulcher, Steve Watkins and Bruce Westerman

Location: Nationals Park, 1500 S Capitol St SE, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.congressionalbaseball.org, https://twitter.com/thehillbaseball, #CBG19

Contacts: Michelle Payne, michelle@congressionalsportsforcharity.org, 1 703 683 7500

Gates open 5:30 PM

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Wednesday, Jun. 26 – Friday, Jun. 28 Border Management North Summit – Border Management North Summit, includes Cyber Security, Critical Infrastructure, Processing, Exploiting and Disseminating Intelligence and ISR Platforms, and Counter Terrorism and Safe Cities

Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Livonia Novi, 19525 Victor Pkwy, Livonia, MI

Weblinks: http://www.iqpc.com, https://twitter.com/IQPC

Contacts: IQPC North America, info@iqpc.com, 1 646 378 6026

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Wednesday, Jun. 26 Lear Corporation: Q2 2019 Dividend payment date

Weblinks: http://ir.lear.com/events.cfm

Contacts: Matthew J. Simoncini, Lear Corp Investor Relations, 1 248 447 1500

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Thursday, Jun. 27 – Sunday, Jun. 30 Electric Forest 2019 – Electric Forest 2019, 9th annual music festival headlined by ODESZA (Thursday), Kygo (Friday), BASSNECTAR (Saturday) and Zeds Dead (Sunday)

Location: Electric Forest, 7100 S Water Rd, Montague, MI

Weblinks: http://electricforestfestival.com/, https://twitter.com/Electric_Forest, #ElectricForest

Contacts: Megan McFann, LiveLoud, megan@liveloudco.com, 1 303 413 8308

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Thursday, Jun. 27 – Sunday, Jun. 30 Common Ground music festival – Common Ground, music festival, headlined by Brandi Carlile (Thursday), Zedd (Friday), Cole Swindell (Saturday) and YG (Sunday)

Location: Common Ground Music Festival, 300 N Grand Ave, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://www.commongroundfest.com/, https://twitter.com/cgmusicfest, #cgmf

Contacts: Common Ground, info@commongroundfest.com, 1 517 267 1502

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Thursday, Jun. 27 Stryker Corp: Q2 2019 Ex-dividend date

Weblinks: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=118965&p=irol-homeprofile

Contacts: Katherine Owen, Stryker Corp Investor Relations, katherine.owen@stryker.com, 1 269 385 2600