The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Friday, November 30, 2012

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Main Street Area Association: Midnight Madness –  Maura Thomson, Executive Director, MSAA -  No stopping shopping in Downtown Ann Arbor tonight.  It’s Midnight Madness with shops staying open late and plenty of street side entertainment to keep you going.
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Around the Home:  Clean Sweeps – Fireplace Safety and Maintenance Tips – Maureen Sloan, CEO, BRAG Ann Arbor; Cliff Slagle, Owner, Clean Sweeps / Air Duct Cleaners of Michigan
– Gathering around the fire is a holiday tradition in Michigan, and can be a nightly comfort for many months out of the year.  As the holidays approach, remember to make sure all aspects of your chinmney, inside and out, are maintaibed properly by a certified professional.
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Downtown Association of Ypsilanti: Morgan Clothing – Dave Heikkinen, DAY President; Alex Easley, Owner, Morgan Clothing – After opening his downtown Ypsilanti store a few years ago, Alex Easley has become a fixture in the community.  He and his wife have six children, and he teaches bible school, is on the board of the Ypsilanti Huron Braves Pee Wee Football, and was recently named to the Downtown Development Association.
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Michigan:  Right to Work State? – Vincent Vernuccio, Labor Policy Director, Mackinac Center for Public Policy – Michigan could become the 24th Right-to-Work state.  Proponents say that extending right-to-work protections to employees in both the private and public sectors means unions would no longer be able to bolster their political power by taking money from people who don’t support their agenda.
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