Ex-Treasurer Andy Dillon Paid $174K Salary To AdviseDillon is being paid the same salary he received when he was treasurer.
Gov. Snyder Names Insurance Director As Mich. TreasurerDepartment of Insurance and Financial Services Director Kevin Clinton will replace Andy Dillon who resigned on Friday.
State Treasurer Andy Dillon ResignsMichigan Treasurer Andy Dillon announced his resignation Friday, citing acrimony associated with his recent divorce that drew media attention.
Mich. Treasurer Questioned By Bankruptcy LawyersAndy Dillon was questioned behind closed doors for more than three hours Thursday in Lansing.
Snyder, Dillon Subpoenaed In Detroit's BankruptcyThe union claims Detroit's emergency manager negotiated in bad faith while trying to restructure $18 billion or more in debt.
Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon Won't Face ChargesA spokeswoman said there's "insufficient evidence" to take a case to court.
Prosecutor Considering Assault Charges Against Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office is reportedly considering whether to charge state Treasurer Andy Dillon with assaulting his ex-wife.
Judge Issues No-Contact Order For Dillon, Ex-WifeA Wayne County judge has ordered state Treasurer Andy Dillon and his ex-wife to have no contact unless it involves their children.
Mich. Senator Wants Random Drug Tests For Elected Officials A local state senator says if Michigan wants to test welfare recipients for drug and alcohol abuse, it should do the same for elected officials.
Michigan Matters: Andy Dillon & Women in MilitaryThis week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain talks to Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon about Detroit’s fiscal crisis.
Andy Dillon On Detroit’s Woes: Borrow Page From Ford’s Alan MulallyWith the Motor City’s fiscal crisis hitting the boiling point and all signs pointing to the naming of an Emergency Manager what’s needed is a game changer with skillset similar to Ford Motor Co.’s CEO Alan Mulally.
Dillon: 'No One's Suffering More Than The Residents Of The City'State Treasurer Andy Dillon says he believes appointing an emergency manager is the only way to get Detroit residents the services they need.