The DMC is unveiling another part of its multi-million dollar expansion and renovation project.
State Democrats are putting pressure on Republicans to cut short their summer vacations and come back to work.
Chronically ill workers can get a nurse assigned to help guide them through the health care maze.
It’s essentially do-or-die time if legislators are going to make hundreds of thousands of more adults eligible for government-funded health insurance in January under the federal health care law.
The Republican-crafted spending plan affects many corners of Michigan life — from how much it will cost to hunt and fish, to fixing deteriorating roads, to lengthening the school year.
The Republican-led Michigan House voted late Thursday to make hundreds of thousands more low-income adults eligible for Medicaid, sending the legislation across the Capitol to a chamber where its prospects are less certain.
Right to Life of Michigan says taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for other people’s abortions.
Lawmakers have an extra $700 million to use in finalizing a roughly $49 billion spending plan thanks to better-than-expected tax collections.
A continuation of a 1 percent tax on health insurance claims passed the state Senate Thursday, but yet to be resolved is how to ensure the levy brings in enough revenue for Medicaid, which serves 1.9 million low-income Michigan residents.
For now, Medicaid expansion remains very much in doubt.