Just hours after his election victory, Michigan’s new Governor-elect sat down for an hour-long meeting with outgoing Governor Jennifer Granholm in Detroit to talk about the transition of power.
The following statement was issued by the office of Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm: Governor Jennifer M. Granholm tonight extended congratulations to Governor-elect Rick Snyder on his election and pledged to help facilitate a smooth transition […]
There won’t be any Sunday morning liquor sales in Michigan just yet. Governor Jennifer Granholm has vetoed legislation that would have allowed early morning sales on Sundays and holidays.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm has vetoed a large part of the public education spending bill, saying it could cost the state $316 million in federal funds.
Governor Jennifer Granholm will be at the White House when President Barack Obama signs a bill designed to help small businesses create jobs.
Michigan lawmakers are wrestling with their toughest decisions related to a new state budget scheduled to begin Oct. 1.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff for an airman from the Battle Creek area who died in Iraq.
Elizabeth Weaver is resigning from the Michigan Supreme Court, the governor’s office said Thursday, just days before Republicans and Democrats select their nominees for election to the high court.
Michigan is getting $21.3 million from the federal government over the next five years to help more people attend and complete college.
Michigan Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm Tuesday announced that the Michigan Economic Development Corp. is helping nine companies grow in Michigan and backing two brownfield redevelopment projects. Combined, the 11 projects are expected to create and […]