Efforts to end the partial government shutdown remain at a standstill, and state lawmakers speak out from both sides of the political isle.
Senate Democratic Leader Gretchen Whitmer says for some, expanding Medicaid is a matter of life and death.
“They don’t want to pay taxes because they have already raped this country and gotten everything out of it they possibly could.”
The vote clears a big hurdle for implementing a key but optional component of the federal health care law.
A former Michigan lawmaker’s switch to the Republican Party just before an election deadline was itself “not a mistake” but the plotting around it was, said state House Speaker Jase Bolger.
Terri Lynn Land and Gary Peters are seeking to replace veteran Democratic U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, who says he won’t seek re-election in 2014.
A new survey of Michigan’s local government officials shows that trust in state and local government is strongly partisan.
Six Republican senators will meet over the summer to consider ways to possibly improve Medicaid expansion legislation pending in the Michigan Senate.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday berated his fellow Republicans — telling them to do their jobs.
With high auto insurance rates in Detroit, among the highest in the nation, some Democratic state legislators say they have ideas for real reform.