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‘It’s the beginning of a victory,’ says pro-life supporter at Lansing celebration

Rebecca Kiessling’s mother backed out of two illegal abortions, but told Kiessling she would have aborted her baby had it been allowed by law. “I was born exactly three and a half years before Roe v Wade to the date, and I literally own my birth to the 1931 law, which protected me,” said Kiessling, a Livonia attorney, who stood Friday evening outside the Michigan Hall of Justice in Lansing to celebrate the overruling of Roe vs. Wade, the watershed decision that guaranteed for nearly 50 years a constitutional right to abortion.
LANSING, MI
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ELK RAPIDS, MI – Short’s Brewing Company is partnering with one of Michigan’s musical stars to release its first non-alcoholic drink. It’s called Thirst Mutilator. Inspired by a song of the same name released by Michigan-born bluegrass musician Billy Strings on his 2016 self-titled EP, the hop water has zero calories, zero carbs, contains zero alcohol, and is all natural and gluten free. Lemon-lime is the first flavor to launch under this brand.
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