Lawmakers are discussing a couple of plans to collect new revenue to fix Michigan’s rotten roads, but nothing has been formally introduced.
Gov. Snyder’s administration and Republican lawmakers have signed an agreement setting the stage for approval of Michigan’s budget.
It has been an unexpectedly busy and unusually bipartisan session in Lansing.
The Michigan Senate has taken a big step toward potentially helping Detroit get back on its feet.
The state Supreme Court says former Gov. Jennifer Granholm had no right to revoke her commutation for a man serving life without parole.
Gov. Rick Snyder has announced new initiatives he says will improve services for Michigan seniors.
The Republican-led Michigan Senate has adjourned without voting on whether to more than double the state’s gasoline tax to improve roads.
Rick Albin talks to the candidates running in the state 58th House District primary, and the candidates in the 29th Senate District primary …
White House press secretary Jay Carney became the news instead of just delivering it Friday, when the president announced his resignation.
Candidates for the U.S. Senate are using the Mackinac Policy Conference as an opportunity to make themselves and their opinions known.
The American Civil Liberties Union is asking a judge to order Michigan to recognize more than 300 same-sex marriages performed in March.
Some Michigan charities and gambling professionals are challenging the Gaming Control Board’s rules reining in charitable events.
A new poll shows change from a year ago in the Michigan public’s opinion regarding same-sex marriage.
A group is submitting hundreds of thousands of petition signatures calling for a state ballot proposal to raise the minimum wage to $10.10.
The Mackinac Policy Conference is underway with its familiar mix of east-west politics and policy.