“Let’s send a message to the entire world: Detroit, Michigan, is open to the world,” Gov. Snyder said.
“This is a settlement. This is not a bailout, and I want to be very, very clear about that,” the governor said.
Orr had promised a plan by January, but negotiations between Detroit and creditors have changed the timetable.
“People would be most understanding if we’re talking about protecting pensioners vs. bailing out a city. And I think that’s what our conversation is mostly going to be about.”
The state Senate on Wednesday gave final approval to legislation giving bicyclists the option of signaling a right turn by extending their right arm horizontally.
Dillon is being paid the same salary he received when he was treasurer.
Anticipating a sizable budget surplus, Republican lawmakers want to enact a broad-based tax cut for residents this election year.
“You know, I’m suffering, my family’s suffering. I just want to be cleared, man. I want the governor to see that this is not what really happened and be cleared so I can move on with my life.”
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law allowing companies to test driverless cars on Michigan roads — but there’s a catch.
Snyder signed several bills Thursday, including a five-bill package that creates criminal penalties for using “skimmer” devices to record information off ATM cards.