Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation that will allow schools with too many snow days to avoid having to schedule extra days in June.
“The feeding frenzy has begun,” House Speaker Jase Bolger said. “Everyone under the sun has new ideas and new ways to spend this money.”
Gov. Rick Snyder says the state-appointed emergency manager for Detroit’s public schools has decided to postpone his plans to step down by up to six months.
Michigan could take in $542 million more in revenue than projected four months ago – good news as lawmakers and Gov. Rick Snyder work to finalize a state budget in coming weeks.
High-level talks over fixing Michigan’s deteriorating roads are at a standstill in the Capitol, with Republican and Democratic leaders still unable to agree much on how to even start.
Site Selection magazine has named Michigan the 8th most competitive state last year for achieving success in job creation and economic development, up from 16th in 2011.
The measure lets the state Natural Resources Commission decide which types of animals can be hunted.
Along with two cities — Grand Rapids and Ionia, 19 counties are included,
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan spent the day in Detroit, visiting a DPS school and an EAA school with Governor Rick Snyder.
Gov. Rick Snyder Friday applauded Rec Boat Holdings for the expansion of its boat manufacturing operations in Cadillac, thanking the company for its continuing investments in Michigan and for bringing 135 new jobs to the state.
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