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Randy Richardville


Michigan Lawmakers To Revisit Autism Coverage Plan

Wayne County prosecutors are now saying it will likely be after the first of the year before a decision is made on a warrant request connected to the disappearance of a 2-year-old Detroit girl.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/22/2011

Steven Spielberg (Kevin Winter/Getty Images, File)

Richardville: Spielberg Film May Be Shot In Michigan

Could one of Hollywood’s most celebrated filmmakers have his eyes on Michigan for his next project?

CBS Detroit–10/18/2011


Richardville: Michigan Botched $20M Film Deal

Two big movies are going elsewhere … and a top Republican is assessing blame

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/23/2011


Senate Leaders Differ On Right To Work For Teachers

The debate continues between Senate Democrats and Republicans over a key labor issue.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/16/2011

Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville (AP Photo/Detroit News, Dale G. Young)

Senate Majority Leader Richardville Takes Aim At MEA

Michigan teachers would no longer have to join unions under legislation state Senate Republicans plan to introduce in the coming weeks.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/09/2011


Michigan’s Film Tax Could See More Changes

The state’s Senate Republican leader wants to revamp the structure of Michigan’s film tax credit before he pumps any more money into it.


Jeb Bush

‘Michigan Matters’ Education Special

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush comes to Michigan to talk to lawmakers about education reform and Michigan Matters host Carol Cain gets an exclusive interview.

CBS 62–06/17/2011


Education Could See Portion Of Budget Surplus

While Governor Snyder’s initial budget included a proposed cut to school districts of approximately $300-per pupil, it looks like some relief could be coming soon.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/17/2011

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Easing Education Cuts: Deal Or No Deal?

Now that Michigan has a nearly half-billion-dollar budget surplus, the Senate Democratic leader says she expects Republican’s to keep their promise, and put up to $150 million of that money back into education funding.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/16/2011