House Set to Vote on More than 20 Bills to Combat Opioid AddictionThe House is set to vote on more than two dozen bills this month aimed at fighting the opioid crisis.
Mackinac Policy Conference: Michigan to Award $8M in Grants As Part of a 'Mobility' InitiativeThe state of Michigan will award $8 million in grants as part of a "mobility" initiative.
Tax Incentives, Retirement Changes Among Top Laws Of 2017New economic development tax incentives and the cost of retirement benefits for public-sector workers dominated Michigan's list of new laws in 2017.
4 Employee Laws Small Business Owners Should Keep In MindEntrepreneurs need to be aware of the constantly changing and often modified employee laws when running their business.
Stricter Drunken Boating Laws Take Effect This SpringThe drunken boating laws are among several signed in recent months that will launch new programs or have other implications for Michigan residents.
New Laws For 2015 OK Wine Shipments, Ban Tiger Selfies, Crack Down On MethA look at some of the new laws taking effect Jan. 1 in Michigan and across the nation.
New Laws Cover Traffic Fees, Meth, Rape EvidenceA new year means new laws.
Top Mich. Laws Of 2013 Led By Medicaid ExpansionGov. Rick Snyder and legislators enacted more than 200 new laws in 2013. Here's the top 10.
Mich. Crime Victims Get More Notice Under New LawA law signed this week by Lt. Gov. Brian Calley requires that Michigan crime victims be notified of certain situations involving the defendants who perpetrated crimes against them.
Michigan Governor Signs New Emergency Manager LawGov. Rick Snyder has signed a law that gives distressed communities the ability to choose an emergency manager or other remedies to fix their finances.
Mich. Dems Seek Repeal Of 'Stand Your Ground' LawsMore than a dozen Democratic Michigan House members have introduced legislation to repeal the state's "stand your ground" self-defense law after the fatal shooting of Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
New Law Bans Docking Boats At Road Ends OvernightBoaters no longer will be able to tie up overnight at spots where public roads end on lakes and other waterways under a measure signed into law this week by Lt. Gov. Brian Calley.