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.
A bill would allow dispensaries to legally sell medical marijuana in forms like pills or liquid drops so patients can avoid inhaling it.
Gov. Snyder will ask lawmakers to boost spending on skilled trades training and career technical education in his budget proposal.
The governor is not expected to cut school districts’ per-pupil funding to address a shortfall in the state budget.
Democratic Sen. Jim Ananich said it’s time for the governor to get out in front of the road funding issue that will be on the ballot.
The state Senate again voted to overhaul how concealed gun licenses are issued, removing a provision that led to a previous veto.
What many thought was an attempt to raise money to fix the roads has morphed into something much larger and more complex.
Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley talked about what will likely be a very important May election that will decide funding for road repairs.
Snyder announced plans to “dramatically” restructure state government and renewed his call for a sales tax hike to improve roads.
Gov. Rick Snyder has unfinished business from his 2014 State of the State address, after a year of achieving mixed results.