Snyder has signed legislation that will make more low-income adults eligible for health insurance through the federal health care law.
Less than 18 percent of Michigan workers are unionized yet right-to-work came with this promise from Governor Snyder: “More and better jobs.”
A Michigan Democratic lawmaker is taking steps aimed at repealing the contentious right-to-work law.
The only issue with this new proposal is the money was to go towards public school funding so now Gov. Snyder needs to come up with a way around cutting into that money.
It’s the pension and benefits reform package that will mean more out-of-pocket costs for teachers and staff who are not part of the Michigan Public School Employees Retirement system.
Governor Rick Snyder was met by protesters minutes after he arrived to speak before the Council of Baptist Pastors of Detroit and Vicinity Tuesday morning at Bethel Baptist Church East in Detroit.
Gov. Rick Snyder Monday defended his decision to do away with most state tax breaks and said his simplified business tax code is already paying dividends in new jobs. Snyder’s remarks came at Michigan Emerging, […]
Republican Congresswoman Candace Miller joins Governor Snyder is endorsing former U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra for the GOP Senate nomination in 2012.
Look for larger class sizes when school opens again in the fall.
Gov. Rick Snyder has declared an emergency for the Battle Creek area to aid cleanup from storms that spawned three tornadoes, knocked down buildings and trees and blacked out 163,000 homes and businesses in southern Michigan.