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Michigan Progressives
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This community is intended for anyone interested in Michigan progressive politics. Whether you be Green, Democratic, or an independent left-leaning liberal, this is a place to share event announcements, comment on local or state-wide news, network, or ask for support in political/activist campaigns, but please keep your posts related to Michigan in some way. There are plenty of other communities out there for national issues.

You do not have to identify as progressive to join this community, debates are welcome, but trolls will be banned. Please be respectful of the opinions of others, and if you are posting images or text that may be triggering, offensive, or not-work safe, please use an lj-cut.
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