A bill moving through Lansing could give a big tax break to oil and gas companies.
State legislators are sharply divided over an emerging plan to require Michigan insurance companies to tell policyholders the impact of the federal health care law on their premiums.
Michigan nurse practitioners and other nurses with advanced training could practice without oversight by physicians and prescribe drugs.
Senate Bills 285-86 would prohibit breeders and pet shop operators from abusing or neglecting animals.
Michigan’s $2-per-pack cigarette tax, 11th-highest in the country, has made the state a target for smuggling, which hurts tax revenues.
Michigan lawmakers want to get tougher on suspected drive-by shooters.
Buying a new car? You might want to wait until Dec. 15.
Supporters of the legislation say a quarter of anaphylactic shock incidents in schools occur among students unaware that they have an allergy.
Michigan bicyclists may get another way to signal a right turn under legislation moving forward in Lansing.
The bills are designed to protect injured motorists from overaggressive solicitors in the days after their accident.