Disgraced Lawmakers Todd Courser, Cindy Gamrat To Run For Old Seats Despite Sex ScandalTwo embattled Republican lawmakers say we haven't seen the last of them yet.
Special Election Set For November To Replace Courser, GamratLieutenant Governor Brian Calley said Friday that primary elections in the 80th and 82nd House Districts will be held November 3.
Rep. Gamrat Expelled, Courser Resigns After Affair Cover-UpThe self-smear email called Courser a "bi-sexual porn addicted sex deviant" and "gun toting Bible thumping ... freak" and Gamrat a "tramp."
Michigan House Committee Votes To Expel Reps Courser, Gamrat Over Affair Cover UpA House committee has voted to expel two lawmakers who misused taxpayer resources to hide their extramarital affair.
Michigan House Lawyer Urges 1 Expulsion, 1 Censure In Affair Cover-UpCourser, 43, and Gamrat, 42, have refused calls to resign.
Mary Lou Parks, Who Served In Michigan House, Dies At 79Gov. Rick Snyder ordered U.S. flags within the state Capitol complex to be lowered to half-staff in her honor.
Bill Considered In Michigan House Would Help Protect Pets From Domestic AbusersMichigan House Bill 4478 would allow the person applying for a Personal Protection Order to include his or her pets.
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 OKs Version Of $37.9 Billion General Budget BillThe plan could change drastically if Michigan voters next week approve a sales tax increase to trigger more money for deteriorating roads.
Auto Insurance Bills Requiring $100 Premium Cut Move Ahead To Michigan HouseAuto insurance legislation advancing in Michigan's GOP-controlled Legislature has been changed to require a $100 cut in premiums initially.
Michigan House Votes To Eliminate February ElectionsMichigan would no longer hold elections in February under legislation moving forward in Lansing.
Dems, GOP Vie For Control Of Michigan LegislatureThe fight for House control in the Nov. 4 election will determine the ease or difficulty with which Republican Gov. Rick Snyder or Democratic challenger Mark Schauer can enact his agenda in the next Legislature.