"The right to criticize government is also an obligation to know what you are talking about." Lent Upson, first director of the Citizens Research Council
Last week’s state House votes to repeal the state’s 53-year-old prevailing wage law and adopt work requirements for Medicaid expansion recipients may have long-term impacts on Michigan residents, but the actual vote had an immediate impact on one Ingham County commissioner.
ENGLER RETURNS TO MACKINAC ISLAND
John Engler became the first former Republican governor in 60 years to be given a prime time speaking stint in Mackinac Island's Grand Hotel ...
Former Chief Justice Robert Young Jr. told a Republican party breakfast in Mt. Pleasant he is running for the U.S. Senate, a local party chairwoman said Tuesday.
After signing a 2012 law intended to save taxpayers money by reducing the number of Michigan Court of Appeals judges to 24, Gov.
t didn’t matter that it was 80 degrees and sunny outside for the first time this year. More than 150 people headed to a dark and stuffy bar Saturday afternoon to hear from four of the Democratic candidates for governor more than 18 months before they’ll have to cast a ballot.
Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Donald Owens is to resign New Years Day, four hours before the official end of his term.
If you find yourself dissatisfied with choices offered by the two mainstream political parties, you’ve got a new choice.
Michigan’s high-stakes battle over straight-ticket voting echoes a national fight over new laws critics argue could disenfranchise minorities and affect the outcome of the 2016 elections.