Attendees at this morning's County Road Association (CRA) meeting were asked to respond to a question posed by moderator Tim Skubick.
In what appears to be the first volley to break an ongoing stalemate over the renewal of Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) compacts, the state sued this week the Hannahville Indian Community for their continued operation of the Island Resort & Casino.
Saul Anuzis' disenchantment with the "winner take all" state rule for picking presidential electors started in Oct. 2, 2008. That's the day national Republicans told the Michigan Republican Party (MRP) chair that nominee John McCain was pulling out of the Great Lakes State.
The address in a cryptic Facebook post advertising "MMMP CARDS" leads me, late one Sunday night, to the darkened storefront of an appliance wholesaler in North Lansing. The store is locked and shuttered, but around the side, there's a light on above a windowless door.
Teacher unions would not be allowed to collectively bargain over their school districts' calendar under reintroduced legislation taken up this morning in the House Education Policy Committee.
Two U.S. House committee began work today on the Republicans' version of a "repeal and replace" option for the Affordable Care Act, which would slowly choke off federal funding for the Healthy Michigan program and similar Medicaid expansion programs across the country in four years.
U.S. House Republicans' "repair and replace" plan for the Affordable Care Act -- dubbed the American Health Care Act -- released Monday evening forces Michigan to revisit its expanded Medicaid program without any promised federal funding after 2020.
Rep. Gary Glenn (R-Midland) vowed today that a tax cut benefiting the "working class" would pass this budget cycle and his preference would be slicing Michigan's 4.25 percent income tax rate to 3.9 percent.
Michigan roads are getting worse and they're not expected to get better.
If a school district transfers its unused school buildings to a community foundation, it cannot impose a deed restriction to prohibit that building from being sold or transferred to a charter school, under legislation that moved out of the Senate on a party-line vote today.