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ENG: Jennifer Mulhern Granholm (born February 5, 1959) is a Canadian-born American politician, former Attorney General of Michigan, and was the 47th Governor of the U.S. state of Michigan. A member of the Democratic Party, Granholm became Michigan's first female governor on January 1, 2003, when she succeeded Governor John Engler. Granholm was re-elected on November 7, 2006, and was sworn in for her second and, due to term limits, final term on January 1, 2007. She has been mentioned as a potential Supreme Court justice for President Barack Obama. She was a member of the transition team for the presidency of President Obama before he assumed office on January 20, 2009. Early life and personal Granholm was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to Shirley Alfreda Dowden and ...
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Jennifer Granholm: Public Service Is the Antidote For Voter Anger

Often, the most visible public service is performed by those who have run for and been elected to political office. In good times, they sometimes get some of the credit. In bad times, they receive most of the blame. That's the lot of a public servant. So why do it? U.S. News asked four current and former public servants. Here's what Jennifer Granholm, governor of Michigan, had to say: The November election will end a tumultuous campaign season that began with many good public servants losing in the primaries because angry voters wanted to "throw the bums out." If this trend ...

Gov. Granholm celebrates wind turbine production

BUENA VISTA TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm has attended a celebration of what she says is the first utility-scale wind turbine to be manufactured and assembled in the state. WNEM-TV reports Merrill Technologies Group presented the wind turbine to the governor at an event Friday in Saginaw County's Buena Vista Township. Granholm says she hopes the development will be a "game changer" for the Saginaw area. The turbine is to be shipped to the Cadillac area. There, it will begin producing energy for more than 250 homes for Detroit Edison. Separately on Friday, ...

Granholm defends her handling of the economy on NPR

Gov. Jennifer Granholm was interviewed by NPR yesterday about her handling of Michigan's economy during the worst economic downturn since the 1930s."Nobody has worked harder, I can tell you, than I have to try to diversify our economy and educate our citizens," said Granholm, who blamed Michigan's heavy reliance on the automotive sector and globalization as a few of the reasons the state was hardest hit by the recession. "Could the governor of Michigan, no matter who they were, have prevented globalization from shifting manufacturing jobs to low wage countries? No. But the question ...

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In Michigan, small things add up to life writ large
Michiganders lament the brain drain that sees some of our best and brightest young people fleeing the state for supposedly bigger and better things on the coasts and in major cities. I was one of those young people (though I am dubious […]
Handshake deal with state haunts Detroit
It seemed a reasonable deal when Gov. John Engler and Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer shook hands on it in 1998. The state of Michigan would give Detroit $333.9 million annually for nine years in revenue sharing funds — if the city would […]
Michigan has nation’s weakest regulations on septic systems
In 2004, former Gov. Jennifer Granholm unveiled a water protection plan that called for a statewide code to better regulate the state’s 1.3 million septic tanks and other on-site wastewater treatment systems. Nine years later, that statewide code remains a regulatory dream […]
‘Texts from Hillary’ creator: Always loved ‘the idea of powerful women texting each other’
Stacy Lamb and Adam Smith told Jennifer Granholm on Current’s the War Room Friday about how the genesis of their wildly popular Texts from Hillary meme was thought up at the bar. Lamb told Granholm that they knew they had a hit when Buzzfeed called it the best meme of the year with only four p...

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