A long-awaited plan to funnel $1.2 billion more annually into Michigan’s notoriously shoddy roads is now law.
The Speaker of the House Kevin Cotter discusses the recently passed plan to fund fixes for Michigan’s deteriorating roads.
The 75th District seat is open because Brandon Dillon left the position to become the chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party.
The 80th District voters will decide whether to return Gamrat to office or select one of six other Republican campaigning for that office.
This week on “To The Point,” we wrap up our series of interviews with candidates running in the election for the 80th House District seat.
“To The Point” continues to introduce the candidates running in a special election for the 80th District seat in the state House.
There are a number of Republicans and one Democrat running in a special election to represent Allegan County in the Michigan House.
A state senator joined “To The Point” this week to explain big piece of legislation that will impact everyone in Michigan.
Arne Duncan, who served as his education secretary, announced Friday he will step down following a seven-year tenure.
A new plan outlining how the state deals with the production, cost and regulation of energy is under consideration.
Michigan’s junior senator continues his discussion with “To The Point.”
Republicans gathered on Mackinac Island this weekend for the biennial Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference.
Carly Fiorina held roughly 1,000 Michigan Republicans in silence, broke them up in laughter and then brought them to their feet in cheers.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced the creation of a political action committee to financially support like-minded “problem-solving” candidates.
Rep. Rob VerHeulen was on a committee tasked with determining the fitness of Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat.