Governor Rick Snyder
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain sits down with Governor Rick Snyder.
It’s expected to be a huge week in Detroit, as we expect to find out whether the city will file for bankruptcy.
Snyder said he had no regrets about pushing right to work through the legislature, though it drew major protests in Lansing. “It’s a good decision and Michigan’s better off for it,” he said.
When Carol Cain arrived at the 2013 North American International Auto Show, she had a game plan and a pair of sneakers.
It’s a big day for Michigan. Stay up-to-the minute on right to work happenings HERE.
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.
Governor Rick Snyder talks Detroit consent agreement, union concessions, and gives his thoughts on being called a white supremacist.
Opponents of Gov. Synder’s proposed consent agreement say they may walk over 90 miles to Lansing to deliver their message: “No state occupation of Detroit.”
In State of the State speech, Governor Rick Snyder skirts the issue of an emergency manager possibly stepping in to take over Detroit.
The statewide survey shows Governor Rick Snyder’s approval rating has fallen below 20 percent.