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We’re working hard to hold Governor Whitmer accountable for her broken promises, and it’s getting lots of attention.

Our billboard featuring the governor’s road funding veto was covered by WLNS, Fox2 and WXYZ, with stories airing ELEVEN TIMES on local TV over the weekend. In addition to television audiences, hundreds of thousands of motorists have seen the billboards, and many more have seen news articles online at the Detroit News, Fox47, WDIV and others, and through our social media channels.

 

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Gov. Whitmer, Here's Your Sign!

The Michigan Freedom Fund today launched a major new public awareness campaign, unveiling billboards on major Michigan highways reminding Governor Gretchen Whitmer of her campaign promise to “fix the damn roads.”
 
Instead of fixing the roads, Whitmer just weeks ago took her veto pen to huge new funding items in the state budget, slashing $375 million in funding earmarked to repair the state’s crumbling roads and bridges, including 4 bridges she personally toured, claiming their condition ‘keeps me up at night’ and are ‘a catastrophe in the making.’
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If a Democrat Destroys Public Records and Dana Nessel is AG, Did it Ever Really Happen?

Last week, three of Democratic Mayor Mike Duggan’s top lieutenants, including Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s husband Ryan Friedrichs, were blistered by the city’s Inspector General for destroying public records.
 
https://media.giphy.com/media/vohOR29F78sGk/giphy.gifThe Democratic administration’s rush to the virtual shredder came after reporters with the Detroit Free Press began asking questions about the Mayor’s use of city resources to benefit a woman with whom he is having an illicit affair. Allegedly.
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Video: Pure Whitmer - Healthcare

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Frontlines: Is Whitmer Worried about Whistleblowers?

Is Governor Gretchen Whitmer worried about whistleblowers?
 
That’s the only conclusion one can draw after the Governor quietly and without fanfare vetoed legal protections for government whistleblowers not once, not twice, but 13 times in recent bills.
 
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There's nothing "good" about corporate welfare!

Unfortunately, some Senate Republicans have reignited their push for the foolish corporate welfare scheme known as “Good Jobs for Michigan.”  And while the legislators pushing for this scheme may have good intentions, there’s nothing “good” about it for Michigan taxpayers.
 
That’s why the Michigan Freedom Fund, other good-government groups and lawmakers from both political parties attended the Senate Economic and Small Business Development Committee to defend workers and taxpayers by testifying against SB 492 and asking tough questions of its supporters.
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Video: Tony Daunt Testifies in Opposition to SB 492

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Video: Pure Whitmer: Public Safety

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Is Whitmer worried about whistleblowers?

This column originally appeared in the Detroit News.

In 2003, 2004, and 2005, then state Rep. Gretchen Whitmer voted for budget bills with specific language designed to protect government whistleblowers from punishment and recrimination should they notify lawmakers about waste, fraud, abuse or any other malfeasance inside their state department.

In 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010, then state Sen. Whitmer voted for the same language to safeguard government whistleblowers.

The language was straightforward. It was routine. It had been signed into law by a Democratic governor – former Attorney General Jennifer Granholm – and by Republican Gov. Rick Snyder. 

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Video: Pure Whitmer - Bridges

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