The $48 billion spending plan for the budget year that starts Oct. 1 is law.
When you’re a hospital that’s opening a huge new children’s and women’s hospital, an expansion of your adult emergency department and rolling out a major computer system upgrade, you expect a rough year financially. But the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers did better than expected.
A group of Catholic nuns have started a bus tour challenging the Ryan budget plan and its cuts to social programs.
At a special meeting Thursday, Michigan Technological University’s Board of Control approved a general fund budget of $165.5 million for fiscal year 2013, which starts this July 1. Included was a 3.9 percent tuition increase for Michigan resident undergraduates, less than the state’s 4 percent cap.
The proposed Detroit Public Schools budget, which include the closing of nine schools, cuts overall expenditures by $250 million.
An Ingham County judge is holding a hearing on Detroit’s top lawyer’s challenge to a consent agreement between Michigan and the deficit-ridden city.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing is now ordering the city’s top lawyer to drop a legal challenge over the city’s consent agreement with the state.
A group of Ann Arbor residents will participate in a federal budget deficit exercise at Monday evening, discussing how they would handle the issue if they had the power to do so.
After an hour-long discussion between Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and City Council, still no decision has been made regarding a controversial lawsuit against the state.
A mid-Michigan school district is considering offer up some big trees it owns near school offices to help plug a $43,000 budget hole.