Legislation to repeal Michigan’s ban against ticket scalping is moving forward in Lansing.
The Dog Law has been on the books for 95 years.
Legislators in the Michigan House want to set aside $115 million more for road projects than their counterparts in the Senate.
A Stanford University professor will return to the witness stand Wednesday in a trial testing Michigan’s ban on gay marriage
The business tax cuts were enacted by Gov. Rick Snyder and legislators at the end of 2012 but will be halted if a statewide vote fails in August.
A committee in the Michigan Legislature has voted to cut the state income tax rate from 4.25 percent to 4.05 percent by 2016.
“There’s an emergency – a serious pothole problem – which is about to get much worse,” said Sen. John Pappageorge, R-Troy.
A federal judge could overturn a ban on gay marriage approved by Michigan voters in 2004.
The credit is worth up to $1,200 and is more substantial for seniors and lower-income earners.
The “pay it forward” legislation would give graduates free college tuition if they give 4 percent of future earnings to the state for 20 years.