The bills are designed to protect injured motorists from overaggressive solicitors in the days after their accident.
A proposed state law would ensure that Michiganders get enough brew for their buck.
That one last call for alcohol could come around 4 a.m. if Michigan lawmakers approve a new bill to extend drinking hours.
It’s a new law updating when Michigan students have to submit a certificate of immunization to schools.
A Michigan House committee has approved legislation to monitor the sale of scrap metal and other frequently stolen materials.
Bumper stickers often say a lot about the person driving the car — but slapping one on your car could also be considered a crime.
A bill has passed in the Senate that would require those receiving a cash assistance to do community service.
Some lawmakers see the legislation as a tax increase, while others say it is a federal issue.
The New Jobs Act would build on efforts in Michigan that are helping community colleges work with local businesses to provide training.
By the 2015-16 school year, teachers in Michigan could be fired after two straight years of ineffectiveness from evaluations of their classroom practices, mixed in with the test scores of their students.