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Give thanks this season for Michigan farmers

by Candice Miller on October 30, 2014

By Candice Miller http://www.macombdaily.com/opinion/20141024/give-thanks-this-season-for-michigan-farmers Autumn is a time of celebration and thanks in America. Thanks for the spectacular beauty of our natural world and for the blessings of freedom and democracy. Here in Michigan, we are sincerely grateful as well for the bountiful harvest that marks the end of another growing season. A harvest that […]

BRUCE TOWNSHIP: Crooked Creek shows off operation to Miller

by Candice Miller on October 30, 2014

Published: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 By MATTHEW FAHR Source Staff Writer http://www.sourcenewspapers.com/articles/2014/10/28/news/doc544fbb166422b995823627.txt?viewmode=fullstory Rep. Candice Miller tries some Cow Tracks ice cream with owners Doty and Greg Hill of Crooked Creek Dairy Farm. Source photo/Matthew Fahr Michigan Congresswoman Candice Miller got a taste of some local culture when she stopped in at the Crooked Creek Dairy […]

By Aaron Martin  |  October 17, 2014 http://riponadvance.com/news/miller-calls-fda-allow-experimental-drugs-treat-ebola/9323 Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.) said on Wednesday that the FDA should allow Ebola patients in the United States to access experimental treatments like the drug ZMapp to fight the virus. Greater access to experimental drugs like ZMapp could help stem the tide of the Ebola epidemic, Miller said. “Currently, there […]

http://www.wxyz.com/news/congresswoman-candice-miller-temporarily-suspend-visas-to-west-african-countries-impacted-by-ebola WXYZ) – U.S. Congresswoman Candice Miller told 7 Action News this morning that she intends to ask U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Secretary of State John Kerry to temporarily suspend visas to people from west African countries impacted by Ebola. “Certainly it would seem a prudent thing for our country […]

Rep. Miller honors deceased WW II vet Dodt

by Candice Miller on October 14, 2014

In the closing stages of World War II, the late William Dodt, a native Detroiter, served with the U.S. Army’s 13th Armored Division, a tank-recovery unit that would help repair tanks damaged in combat.     Beginning in the first week of April 1945, Dodt’s unit engaged in battle in the Ruhr Valley, the industrial […]