Mackinac Policy Conference
As the state’s preeminent public policy event, the Conference offers the opportunity for business, government, community and philanthropic leaders to come together on Michigan’s Center Stage.
Detroit’s emergency manager told a crowd at the Mackinac Policy Conference Friday he’s worried city workers and retirees considering a plan to prevent steep pension cuts will make a “protest vote.”
The three-day event usually bring a number of annual reports and the same was true this year…
“I don’t believe in discrimination,” Gov. Rick Snyder told reporters at the Mackinac Policy Conference.
Mayor Mike Duggan says the city is seeking to provide summer jobs for about 5,000 high school students next year in Detroit.
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It’s an issue Gov. Rick Snyder said lawmakers should consider later this year.
In a live interview at the Mackinac Policy Conference, WWJ asked Duggan about his political aspirations.
Mayor Mike Duggan told a crowd of conference attendees that since he took office his team has focused on a couple of things.
Gov. Rick Snyder calls for action, not just talk, to come out of this year’s three-day meeting of business and political leaders on Mackinac Island.