There are multiple priorities on the agenda for Michigan’s Senate and House of Representatives.
It’s been a topic of debate in Michigan for years: reforming no-fault automotive insurance.
As next November’s election approaches, more candidates are throwing themselves in the mix for governor.
Republicans gathered on Mackinac Island this weekend for their biennial leadership conference.
“To The Point” travels to Flint to see how recovery efforts from the water crisis are going.
Two state legislatures joined Political Reporter Rick Albin on plans for the coming weeks following the holiday break.
The legislature in Lansing will be going on a holiday vacation for Labor Day, but there are plenty of items on the agenda when they return.
As the state legislature prepares to head back to Lansing, Michigan representatives discuss what they would like to get done in 2017.
Legislators from Washington to Lansing are taking much of the month of August off, but there is still political news.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos made her first trip back to West Michigan last week.
The last couple of weeks have been particularly busy for politics in the middle of summer.
Last week was a particularly busy one for the Michigan government.
When Lt. Gov. Calley made an announcement on Mackinac Island, many people thought it would be the beginning of his race for governor.
The election for governor is more than a year away, and that’s just the primary.
The argument over health care took center stage in Washington again this week.