House Speaker Jase Bolger and Minority Leader Tim Greimel say they are “very close” to an agreement.
Leaders agree more than a billion dollars is needed to fix the roads. At issue is how much of a tax increase residents should pay.
Some lawmakers are concerned about stripping away municipalities’ control of the real-looking guns.
Most legislative resistance to ridesharing appears to be less about the service and more about the finer points.
Amazon and other online retailers with ties to Michigan would have to collect its 6 percent sales tax on purchases under legislation approved Thursday by a divided Senate.
Backers say coerced abortions are a real problem and detractors counter that they already are illegal.
It’s crunch time for Michigan lawmakers to reach a deal to address deteriorating roads and bridges.
License To Discriminate? Lawmakers Consider Bill Allowing Doctors, EMTs To Refuse Care Of Gay Patients
“Talk about controversy,” said WWJ Legal Analyst Charlie Langton. “Wow.”
Democrats say it’s a politically motivated bid to help Republicans hold power whenever longtime Executive L. Brooks Patterson retires.
School districts would have to include cyberbullying in their anti-bullying policies and report bullying data to the state under a bill moving ahead in the Legislature.