The groups Mothering Justice and Working America collected signatures from 2,500 Michiganders.
Don Yowchuang and Paul Seewald were sentenced for their part in what state Attorney General Bill Schuette called a ”cut and paste job that would make a fourth grade art teacher cringe
Two former aides of ex-Michigan Congressman Thad McCotter have pleaded guilty to a series of misdemeanors for falsifying petition signatures.
A judge has ordered two men who worked for a Detroit-area congressman to stand trial in a campaign scandal.
It’s the tale of the two John Scotts in Oakland County …
The greatest hurdle for groups opposing Michigan’s year-old emergency manager law might be persuading voters to repeal the legislation designed to right financially troubled cities, not a ruling by the state Supreme Court on whether the measure should be on the November ballot.
A group that supports Michigan’s emergency manager law is asking the state Supreme Court to keep a referendum off the ballot.
The newest of the proposals aims to put what is now called the Michigan Quality Community Care Council in the state constitution.