The plan could change drastically if Michigan voters next week approve a sales tax increase to trigger more money for deteriorating roads.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has given the thumbs down to trying to bring two giant pandas to the Motor City.
People close to Snyder have formed a fund allowing him to travel the country and tell of the state’s rebound under his watch, raising the prospect of a potential Republican presidential bid.
Gov. Rick Snyder brought giant rocks with him — from potholes found on area roads — as he took to the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” stage and talked about why he was supporting Proposal 1.
Gov. Rick Snyder will take to the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” stage this Thursday at the Detroit Athletic Club to talk about the latest impacting the city, the region, the state.
“Given all the events that are happening in Indiana, I thought it would be good to clarify my position,” he said.
Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Lon Johnson said that the Governor “needs to answer” to the public for his decision to pardon attorney Alan Gocha Jr.’s drunk driving charges.
The AP examined several documents to see how a Detroit-area lawyer with a misdemeanor conviction was granted the rare benefit.
The language says that a no one should be denied “civil rights or be discriminated against” because of a range of characteristics, including gender expression, gender identity and sexual orientation.
Governor Rick Snyder stops by the studio to talk about Proposal 1. Plus find out what’s new in the world of the governor.