Michael Moore

Sen. Michael Moore cites law enforcement support as reason behind voting for Work and Family Mobility Act

New legislation would allow undocumented immigrants to get a driver’s license in the state of Massachusetts. The Work and Family Mobility Act passed in the state Senate last week with a veto-proof majority, meaning it could override a potential veto by Gov. Charlie Baker. A similar measure already passed in the House. The bill proposes strict identity documentation criteria, and asks applicants for multiple, unexpired identity documents. State Senator Michael Moore voted in favor of the bill. He cites the shortage in the workforce as part of his reasoning, and says the senate spoke with several law enforcement agencies on the issue.
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Trophy Case: Michael Moore

Michael Moore bagged this turkey on a recent hunt. The Vicksburg Post invites its readers to submit their hunting photos. Please email them to or submit them here and include the names of those pictured, the date and location of the hunt, and the size of the animal. Photos with an excess amount of blood and gore will not be published.
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State Sen. Michael Moore backs social equity cannabis bill

BOSTON -- The Massachusetts Senate on Thursday passed S.2801, An Act Relative to Equity in the Cannabis Industry. Through the creation of a new fund that aims to support equity in the cannabis industry and improvements to the local licensing process, the bill levels the industry playing field to help members of communities disproportionately harmed by marijuana prohibition and enforcement take part in the commonwealth’s growing cannabis market.

‘An Cailín Ciúin,’ ‘Kin’ Win Big at Irish Film and Television Academy Awards; Michael Moore Pays Ukraine Tribute

Click here to read the full article. Feature debutant Colm Bairéad’s Berlin-winning “An Cailín Ciúin” (“The Quiet Girl”) was the big film winner at the 2022 Irish Film and Television Academy awards on Saturday with eight wins. “An Cailín Ciúin” won best film, director and lead actress for Catherine Clinch in addition to a raft of craft awards. Bairéad also won the rising star award. Creators Ciaran Donnelly and Peter McKenna’s “Kin” led the television awards with six wins including best drama, script for McKenna, lead actress drama for Clare Dunne, lead actor drama for Sam Keeley and supporting actress drama for...

Catching up with...Michael Moore

Michael Moore has a bit of sage advice for students in their college search:. “It’s OK to be selfish. At the end of the day, this is all about you and how you will navigate the next four years and beyond.”. His advice for parents is a bit more...

Michael Moore

Michael James Moore, 33, recently of Valdosta, Georgia, and a native of Dahlonega, passed away unexpectedly Friday, November 26. Michael was born December 1, 1987. He attended Lumpkin County High School where he played golf and basketball. He graduated from North Georgia College and State University with a degree in finance and was a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity. Michael married the love of his life and his best friend, Christie Haynes, in a joyful and love filled ceremony on June 9, 2018, in Athens, Ga. Together they shared a love of history, travel, politics, football, learning, the beach, and traveling the state to visit friends and family far and wide, especially through Leadership Georgia. Michael was formerly a financial analyst with Dieffenbacher in Alpharetta and recently joined the staff at Valdosta State University.

Michael Moore

Mr. Michael Moore, age 71, of Berry, died Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021 at UAB Hospital in Birmingham. A memorial service was held Friday, Nov. 12 at Berry Methodist Church. Nelson Funeral Home of Fayette directed.
Princeton Times Leader

Michael Moore

Michael Moore, 41, died Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021, in Princeton. Arrangements were incomplete with Morgan’s Funeral Home.