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    Case Study: Michigan

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    members’ trusted the partner by providing affordable, innovative products that improve their care and health. The values right choices, to offer valuable coverage, and help you get quality health care for you and for those you love. The value is Michigan residents access to reasonably price, quality health care, and to improve the health of Michigan’s people, communities, economy and health care system. 1. Do does define the organizations ' products and services in the markets in which it…

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    In the CNN article “How Tap Water Became Toxic in Flint, Michigan”, by Sara Ganim and Linh Tran, the write about how water became infected with lead in Flint, Michigan. In 2014, the city of Flint, Michigan, decided to cut the water supply of the city from Lake Huron to The Flint River. The city did this in order for the state to build a new supply line from the lake. When the water started coming in from the river, residents reported that it looked brown. It was discovered that the state DEQ…

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    What Is My Michigan Hero

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    My Michigan Hero "Squeak, squeak, squeak," Kelly sighed while pushing the heavy breakfast cart down the hallways of the school. Her back will crack and ache as she pushes the big bulky cart, but she now she has to do her job in order to get paid. She will do anything to help make the school a better place for her children and other children who attend the school. That is why my mother is my Michigan hero because she helps everyone and everything. My mom is a kind hearted and funny woman,…

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    To me my Michigan hero isn't just any average person here in Michigan but to everyone around them they were. This person was always kind to everyone she met and she was always there for me and for all her friends. She did lots for Ludington like help with the Fourth of July parade, the boat show, and she made sure everything worked and was good down at sportsman, Barley and Rye, and the Mitten Bar. But I don't know what I would do if my grandma was never alive. I have many times that I love…

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    Introduction Detroit, Michigan is a unique city boasting of an iconic past, a gloomy present, and a potentially bright future. Once one of America’s largest and most thriving cities because of professional opportunities in the automotive industry, Detroit fell to devastating lows after the loss of thousands of jobs from Ford Motor, General Motors, and Chrysler. Detroit is the 18th overall most populated city in the United States, the largest city in the State of Michigan, and recently became the…

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    He has had many successes and achievements, most notably, the world's most popular search engine, Google. Page was born on March 26, 1973, in Lansing, the capital city of Michigan. His father was Dr. Carl Victor Page, a professor who specialized in computer science, technology, and artificial intelligence. He taught at Michigan State University. His mother was Gloria Lawrence, also taught computer programming at the university. Not only were Larry Page's parents technologically inclined,…

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    Who Was Henry Ford?

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    Who was Henry Ford? Henry was born in 1868, on July 30th in Dearborn, Michigan. When Henry was young he took an interest in how full sized steam engines worked. Mr. Ford was so intrigued by machines, in 1879 he left his home to pursue jobs that would give him the opportunity to learn more about these machines. He was married in 1888 to a Clara Bryant. Around 1896 he had become the chief engineer of the Illuminating Company in Detroit. But Henry had other hope in dreams he set out to be one…

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    of person or thing. The advantage of stereotype is it helps us organize the world and help simplified it but the disadvantage is people are unwilling to look past the stereotype and are will not rethink one’s idea. For example of stereotyping at Michigan State is people in Greek life do not care about school and are only there to party. The issue with stereotype is when people see people fitting with the stereotype they have it just confirms the idea; it does not make them think that there are…

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    Great Lake located in the United States, “Lake Michigan Triangle.” Like the well-known Bermuda Triangle, Lake Michigan is also a place where many ships and planes mysteriously disappeared without any trace. The triangle is believed to run from Ludington south to Benton Harbor, went across the lake to Manitowoc, and back to Ludington. The mystery of Lake Michigan began in 1891, when a schooner, Thomas Hume, sailed from Chicago to Muskegon, Michigan to pick up a load of lumber. After a long night…

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    Ford was hoping to incorporate other ideas from other companies but some of the backers did not want to risk change because of how good the company was doing, so Ford resigned and in 1902 and with him gone the company changed to Cadillac Motor Car Co. Even with Ford leaving, he still had a good amount of investors that would back up his ideas because of how good his racing car preformed. In June of 1903 with a few ups and down, Ford pulled one last effort into the company on a make or break kind…

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