Snyder: Budget Deal Is Close, But Some Issues UnresolvedThe House and Senate are at odds over how much to spend on Detroit Public Schools and regulating charter schools in the city.
Gov. Snyder's Budget Proposes Privatizing Mental Health FundingThe plan calls for moving behavioral health benefits to managed care plans by the end of fiscal 2017.
Michigan Expects $575 Million One-time Budget SurplusGov. Snyder will use the figures to finalize his 2016-17 budget proposal due in February.
How Michigan's $54.5 Billion Budget May Affect YouGov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday will sign a $54.5 billion state budget that goes into effect on Oct. 1.
Michigan Lawmakers Approve $54.5 Billion Budgetit includes modest funding increases for roads and education along with new initiatives to boost early literacy and training for jobs in the trades.
Snyder, Lawmakers Reach Deal On Budget FrameworkIt is the fifth straight year the state will transfer general fund money to the road budget.
Michigan House Says 'No' To Film Incentives For Next YearThe House has voted to remove, from next year's state budget, Gov. Rick Snyder's proposal to put $50 million toward incentives for filmmakers
Michigan House Committee OKs $15.8 Billion School BudgetThe $15.8 billion budget bill sets spending for the state's schools, universities and community colleges.
Michigan Senate Approves Another Round Of Budget CutsMichigan is closer to slicing $105 million from the state budget after the Republican-led Senate passed two bills that would help compensate for a shortfall in tax revenue.
Gov. Snyder Announces Plan For Budget Cuts, Education Funding"You have to make tough calls, tough decisions and smart decisions," Gov, Rick Snyder said Wednesday,
Michigan Legislature Adjourns Without Gas Tax HikeMichigan spends less per driver on roads than any other state, yet also has some of the country's highest taxes at the pump.
Michigan Legislature OKs $53.2 Billion BudgetThe 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.