Gov. Rick Snyder is working hard — literally — to encourage voters to pass Proposal 1.
The deadline to file as a candidate for Grand Rapids mayor or city commission has come and gone.
A bipartisan effort to streamline federal approval of drugs and devices is moving ahead in Washington.
A day after a governor’s aide leaked information that he was considering a run for president, Gov. Snyder sidestepped the question.
The man who leads the group opposing Proposal 1 says the measure “is the poster child for bad policy and bad politics.”
An aide close to the Republican governor tells The Associated Press Snyder is considering a presidential run.
The man leading the opposition to Proposal 1, which supporters call a compromise, says the measure is much more insidious.
Sen. Marco Rubio entered the presidential race Monday by offering the nation a younger generation of leadership.
A new TV campaign advertisement for Proposal 1 has some people asking questions about exactly what the measure will fund and how.
The Michigan state legislature is on spring break, but “To The Point” isn’t.
Gov. Rick Snyder would veto a religious freedom restoration bill unless it came with extended protections for gays and lesbians.
U.S. Sen. Gary Peters is sponsoring a bill that would encourage the federal government to use remanufactured parts to maintain its vehicles.
A Grand Rapids business owner who also runs a restaurant in Indianapolis says he hopes Michigan does not adopt a religious freedom law.
As part of his effort to encourage voters to pass Proposal 1, Gov. Rick Snyder stopped by “To The Point” this week.
Nuance employed in political ads means most are at least partially true, but accuracy sometimes depends on interpretation.