The Michigan Legislature has officially wrapped up its business for 2011.
Republicans in firm control of the state Legislature say they’re setting the stage for an economic turnaround in Michigan after passing sweeping tax and policy changes over the past year.
After a long day in the Michigan House reportedly ended in a near-brawl, two state lawmakers say that the whole thing is being blown out of proportion.
Michigan lawmakers have approved a large tax credit that’ll bring new life to the boarded up Ford Wixom plant.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation that will eliminate some extra fees that are imposed on drivers for certain traffic offenses.
Louder, more powerful fireworks will become legal in Michigan in plenty of time for the next Fourth of July through legislation signed Tuesday by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Republicans who control the Michigan Legislature have approved a bill aimed at blocking the offering of taxpayer-paid health insurance to domestic partners living with some public employees.
Michigan’s new redistricting plan for the State Legislature is the subject of a lawsuit filed today in U.S. District Court.
Michigan is moving closer to allowing residents to legally buy more powerful, higher-grade fireworks through legislation advancing in the state Legislature.
Lawmakers in Lansing Tuesday will debate whether insurance companies should cover oral cancer treatment drugs.