The state Senate has approved a bill that would allow for the sale of license plates as a fundraiser for Choose Life Michigan.
The State Board of Education says Gov. Rick Snyder’s order moving the Michigan school reform office under his oversight is unconstitutional.
State Democrats from the House and Senate are promoting bills they say would help improve government transparency in Michigan.
U.S. Rep. Fred Upton stopped by “To The Point” and weighed in on funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
Gov. Rick Snyder is opposing calls for the immediate end of Michigan’s $50 million film incentives program.
The Michigan Republican Party has a new chairman: Ronna Romney McDaniel has taken over the leadership role.
Michigan has more than 3,000 laws on the books — and one group of legislators says that’s just too many.
Rep. Al Pscholka chairs the House Appropriations Committee and talked about the process of passing the budget.
A big gathering of Boy Scouts in downtown Grand Rapids attracted a potential presidential candidate as a keynote speaker.
One political expert in Lansing says those in favor of May’s statewide ballot proposal to raise money for roads have an uphill battle.
West Michigan went to the polls Tuesday to vote on bond and millage proposals.
Citing a higher than average unemployment rate for veterans, two Michigan lawmakers are rolling out a plan to put them to work.
Getting the state budget worked out and passed is a yearly project for the Michigan legislature, and it’s not a simple task.
Supporters of increasing Michigan’s sales tax as part of a plan to improve roads are reporting an early financial advantage.
Getting approval for life-saving and improving drugs and medical devices has become the focus of one of Michigan congressmen.
Rep. Greimel talks about Democrats’ priorities regarding the governor’s new budget plan and about the roads proposal.