Michigan's slow-growth economy means the state's $10 billion General Fund probably won't keep up with inflation over the next three years and the School Aid Fund (SAF) -- when adjusted for inflation -- should re
MIRS News Highlights, January 10, 2018:
MIRS Highlights, January 9, 2018:
Gov. Rick Snyder and Lt. Gov.
MIRS News Highlights, January 8, 2018:
A federal lawsuit filed by a former Michigan Democratic Party (MDP) chair alleges political district maps drawn by a Republican-led Legislature is an "egregious example of party gerrymandering."
Two families -- including one mom who alleges Child Protective Services took her suckling baby from her breast -- are suing the state, alleging discrimination because they are medical marijuana users and poor.
When other states place juveniles in Michigan, our state is supposed to do a criminal history check on the adults in the proposed Michigan home, but that didn't happen for 71 percent of the adults reviewed in an audit spanning 2012 to 2016.
Six Michigan counties and three cities filed multiple lawsuits overnight and this morning in U.S.
Dancing and cheering in a cold December rain, about 250 supporters of the Voters Not Politicians (VNP) redistricting reform petition drive formed a human chain this afternoon to pass 188 boxes of forms from a U-Haul truck to the doors of the Michigan Bureau of Elections at 430 W. Allegan St.