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Governor Whitmer extends Michigan's stay-home order to June 12

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Governor Whitmer extends Michigan's stay-home order to June 12

Governor Whitmer extends Michigan's stay-home order to June 12

Stating that we are not "out of the woods yet," Governor Whitmer announced Friday evening the extension of Michigan's stay-home order.

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