The bill was designed to keep voters from stopping future hunts in referendums in November.
The proposal before the Legislature now is designed to prevent November referendums on two laws that cleared the way for Michigan’s first wolf hunt in decades.
Tired of all those fireworks shooting off in your neighborhood? Turns out — you’re not alone.
Gov. Rick Snyder said the new tuition benefit is a “key way” to give back to military members.
The law is a result of the 2009 discovery of more than 11,000 untested sexual assault kits recovered from a Detroit police storage facility.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law to gradually eliminate extra “responsibility” fees that are imposed on drivers for certain traffic offenses.
Michigan now has a law ensuring that women have the right to breastfeed their babies in public.
The legislation – approved 100-10 in the House and 24-12 by the Senate – includes nearly $37.5 billion for all general funding not including an overall 4 percent increase for K-12 schools, universities and community colleges that was approved late Wednesday.
Time is running out for lawmakers to get a deal done to fix the crumbling roads before their self-imposed summer break.
Michigan will spend 4 percent more next year on public schools and pause plans to replace its standardized test with one being developed by a group of states, under a K-12 budget headed toward final approval this week.