Gov. Rick Snyder proposes raising billions of dollars to patch up Michigan’s ailing roads and bridges; the centerpiece message in his third State of the State address.
Some lawmakers say Snyder will be painting a deceiving picture during his third State of the State address.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed a law prohibiting novice teen drivers from using a hand-held cellphone while behind the wheel, a nod to a grieving mother’s push to enact the restrictions after her daughter was killed in a car crash.
In vetoing the bills, the governor said there was no reference to abortion when the reforms were first introduced.
The bill requires health facilities or abortion clinics that advertise abortion services and that conduct more than 120 surgical abortions per year become licensed freestanding surgical outpatient facilities by the state.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s office says he’s signed legislation to make it easier for military police veterans to get civilian security jobs.
The appointment comes after a preliminary review, which concluded last week, found that a “serious financial problem” currently exists in Detroit as a result of several issues.
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The House gave final approval Friday to legislation that says someone who gets extra training could be allowed to have a concealed weapon in currently “gun-free” zones.
Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered that U.S. flags at the state Capitol fly at half-staff through Dec. 15 in honor of ex-state Sen. Philip Mastin.