Gov. Rick Snyder has unfinished business from his 2014 State of the State address, after a year of achieving mixed results.
The new year brought with it a new speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives.
Michigan residents who buy from online retailers will be forced to pay the state’s 6 percent sales tax starting in October.
Gov. Snyder vetoed legislation that would have let some people subject to personal protection orders get a concealed pistol license.
New leaders pledged to work together, avoid gridlock and not coast on the state’s modest economic turnaround.
Republican National Committee member and Grandville native Dave Agema is under fire again, with some calling for his dismissal.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a road-funding package whose fate rests with Michigan voters.
To The Point continues to introduce you to the people who will join the state legislature when it reconvenes this week.
“To The Point” continues to introduce you to your new legislators.
Gov. Rick Snyder took the oath of office for another four-year term Thursday.
“To The Point” continues to introduce you to election winners who will join the state legislature in January.
Gov. Snyder and legislative leaders have struck a road funding deal to put a proposed 1-cent sales tax increase to a statewide vote in May.
Top legislators told 24 Hour News 8 Thursday morning they are “close” to a deal to finance the repair of Michigan roads and infrastructure.
The end of the lame-duck session is looming, and the state legislature still hasn’t come up with a plan to raise the money to fix the roads.
In this lame-duck session, the big issue has been roads. Gov. Rick Snyder weighs in the roads and other bills before the legislature.
Swapping crisis for compromise, the House narrowly approved $1.1 trillion in government-wide spending Thursday night.