Governor Rick Snyder
An anxious day for 50,000 state employees all over Michigan, who expect to learn Thursday whether they will still have jobs or not.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s plans to expand educational choice in Michigan are opposed in some communities worried about losing control over their school districts.
Governor Rick Snyder is asking the State Supreme Court to quickly resolve a legal challenge over Michigan’s Emergency Manager law.
Just ahead of the start of a new school year, a battle is looming over whether Michigan kids should be allowed to go to any school they want.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced the appointment of 11 people to the board of the new Education Achievement System, which will take over and run Michigan’s lowest performing schools.
After lawmakers cut their funding and gave financial managers sweeping new powers earlier this year, half of local government leaders now think Michigan is on the wrong track.
Governor Synder said he’s trying to put Michigan back on the right track and he won’t be derailed by all the recent recall efforts.
Maintaining security is an issue in privatization of services such as feeding prisoners as the state looks to cut millions of dollars from incarceration-related costs.
Michigan may be lucky to see much of an economic boost from new tax laws that take effect in 2012.
Governor Rick Snyder, along with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, will discuss how immigration could save Detroit at a conference next week at Wayne State University.