Jase Bolger

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House Speaker: Right-To-Work Legislation Not Rushed

House Speaker Jase Bolger.is refuting claims that controversial right-to-work legislation is being rushed through the Michigan legislature.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/07/2012

Investigators have abandoned looking into a Democrat who switched to a Republican in the last-minute before the primary. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Investigation Of Last Minute Democrat-To-Republican Switch Abandoned

A prosecutor says he ended an investigation into how a Democratic lawmaker made a last-minute switch to the Republican Party so the public would know what he’d found in time for the primary election.


Feminist protesters angry over the words "Vagina" and "Vasectomy" demand an apology from Michigan lawmakers. (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Women To Hold Rally In Support Of Dem Lawmaker Censored For Saying ‘Vagina’

Women riled over last month’s silencing of a female Democratic lawmaker who said “vagina” during a House debate about anti-abortion legislation and another who said “vasectomy” are pushing back at what they say is a war on women.


Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger

Michigan House Leader Files To Run For Re-Election

Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger says he’s filed the paperwork necessary to run for re-election.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/28/2012


Michigan Lawmaker Takes A Shot At Jack Daniels

House Speaker Jase Bolger is getting in on the ground floor of the potential Jack Daniels sweepstakes by inviting executives with the distillery to visit Michigan, just in case the iconic spirits-maker decides to leave its longtime Tennessee home.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/19/2011

Jeb Bush

‘Michigan Matters’ Education Special

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush comes to Michigan to talk to lawmakers about education reform and Michigan Matters host Carol Cain gets an exclusive interview.

CBS 62–06/17/2011

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Mayor Bing Looking For Support In Lansing

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing did not get a firm commitment of support on the budget from some Lansing lawmakers.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/02/2011