This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain sits down with Governor Rick Snyder.
GOP National Committeeman Dave Agema said gay people are seeking health insurance for same-sex partners because they are dying of AIDS and want free medical care.
Michigan is close to enacting new laws to subject violators to potential jail time and streamline procedures to garnish their wages.
“I want to say to everyone whose a resident of the city, no one is more aware of the hardship that this is going to cause to a number of different people than me,” Kevyn Orr said.
Federal Judge Steven Rhodes has ruled that, under law, pensions can be cut in Detroit’s bankruptcy.
Michigan will begin selling lottery tickets and offering games online next year.
Governor Snyder, his wife Sue and their two daughters packed boxes of food along with other volunteers at the Focus Hope warehouse.
Although they haven’t offered specifics, officials predict a “free-fall crisis” if the city is found ineligible for bankruptcy.
The Michigan Women’s Justice and Clemency Project is filing petitions for clemency with Gov. Rick Snyder for the women.
Outgoing Detroit Mayor Dave Bing says he remains convinced the state could have done more to help Detroit avoid bankruptcy.