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Jennifer Granholm (File)

Granholm Signs Final Bills As Michigan Governor

The term-limited Democratic governor and the Legislature finished 2010 with 383 new public acts, 166 of them signed into law this month.


Matthew Makowski (Booking Photo, 2010)

Gov Changes Mind, Convicted Murderer To Remain Jailed

The brother of a murder victim says it’s the best Christmas present he could get. Anthony Puma learned Friday morning that a man convicted in the murder of his brother in 1988 will not be leaving prison.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/24/2010


Granholm, Snyder Teamwork Continues

The transition teamwork continues between outgoing Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Republican Gov.-elect Rick Snyder.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/20/2010

Flags At Half-Staff To Honor Fallen Soldier

Gov. Jennifer Granholm has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff statewide on the day of the funeral for a soldier from Michigan who died after being wounded in an attack in Afghanistan.


Call For Help In Highland Park

Highland Park Mayor Hubert Yopp is asking Governor Jennifer Granholm to declare the city of Highland Park a disaster area.


Granholm Defends Film Industry Tax Credits

Governor Granholm says critics of Michigan’s generous tax incentives for the film industry need to look beyond revenues to see the benefits to the state.


State Budget Finalized

There will be no government shutdown in Michigan this year. State lawmakers wrapped up the final key pieces of the next state budget on Wednesday, without tax increases and with spending cuts in many programs […]


Lawmakers Tackle Key Budget Issues In Lansing

It might soon be legal to sell liquor in Michigan on Sunday mornings.


Granholm Touting Michigan Schools on MSNBC

During this National Education Week, Governor Granholm is showcasing some of the successes in Michigan schools. This comes on the heels of President Obama’s call for a longer school year and higher standards for teachers […]


Governor Wants Flags Lowered For Sept. 11th

Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm has ordered U.S. flags to be flown at half-staff on Saturday in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.