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Michigan and Dow Drop Dioxin Pact
Outgoing Michigan Gov. John Engler has dropped efforts to significantly ease toxic dioxin pollution standards that would likely have allowed Dow Chemical to avoid huge cleanup costs near its Midland, Mich., plant.

Mich. Election News
Granholm Puts Michigan Governor's Office Within Democrats' Grasp (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 28, 2002; 7:00 PM)

Final Lap for a Democratic Star: Granholm Leads in Mich. Governor's Race, but GOP Rival Gains (Post, Oct. 18, 2002)

An Old-Style Victory in Michigan: Democratic Base Propels Dingell (Post, Aug. 8, 2002)

Dingell Prevails in Michigan Primary: Battle for House Seat Exposed Rift Among Democrats (Post, Aug. 7, 2002)

Experience Wins Out for Dingell in Michigan Primary Showdown: Veterans Holds Off Upstart Challenge From Rivers (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 7, 2002; 10:25 AM)

Hard Decisions in the Heartland: Missouri, Kansas and Michigan Voters Go to the Polls Today (washingtonpost.com, Aug. 6, 2002; 9:30 AM)

Dingell-Rivers Race Tops Tuesday's Primaries (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 6, 2002; 2:05 PM)

Democratic Trio Tangle in Michigan: Polls Show Female Attorney General Ahead in Tuesday's Primary for Governor (Post, Aug. 4, 2002)

Remap Forces Incumbent Battle for Dingell, Rivers (Congressional Quarterly, Aug. 2, 2002; 7:20 PM)

In Michigan, Redistricting Threatens a Dynasty: Dingell's Primary Fight With a Colleague Also Reflects Divide Within Democratic Party (Post, Aug. 2, 2002)

Upton Seeks to Quash Challenge From Right Flank in Michigan Primary (Congressional Quarterly, July 30, 2002; 6:35 PM)

Conservative Leaves Progressive Legacy: Michigan Governor Led School Finance Reform Seen as Model of Equity, Innovation (Post, July 28, 2002)

Wanted: Nonpartisan Commander in Chief (Post, July 14, 2002)

Mich. Incumbents Rivers, Dingell Have August Match (Congressional Quarterly, June 28, 2002; 8:29 PM)

Court Rejects Challenge To Mich. Redistricting: But Democrats Get Time to Bolster Case (Post, May 25, 2002)

Incumbent Bows Out of Race in Remapped Michigan 5th: Rep. Barcia to Seek State Senate Seat Instead (Congressional Quarterly, May 2, 2002; 9:35 PM)

Mich. Remap Helps GOP's Miller in 10th District (Congressional Quarterly, April 22, 2002; 3:10 PM)

In Michigan, Fundraising Law Squeezes Candidate (Congressional Quarterly, April 16, 2002; 9:20 AM)

Bonior Is Sounding More Like Candidate for Governor (Post, April 14, 2001)

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