More people in the state have health care thanks to the Healthy Michigan Plan.
Business, political and hockey dignitaries gathered Thursday for the groundbreaking for the new Detroit Red Wings arena and District Detroit.
Michigan voters saw at least 19,000 political ads on TV that cost an estimated $9.6 million to air in the governor’s race through Sept. 8.
The two have agreed to make a joint appearance at a Town Hall meeting on Sunday, October 12 which will be televised on Detroit Public Television.
“Tomorrow for rush hour I-96 will be open all the way,” reported Governor Rick Snyder.
“This is clearly the governor’s most favorite format to take questions from citizens…”
The fine-tuning reflected in new ads is an attempt to align with voters who, while more positive about the state’s direction, remain cautious.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, Gov. Rick Snyder and Mayor Mike Duggan are among those expected to attend the so-called “Track Signing Ceremony.”
Schauer said the fine’s cancellation shows “rank corruption” in Snyder’s administration and Snyder “lied” by not confirming until Thursday that Aramark Correctional Services’ fine was canceled.
Ceremonies and exhibits across Michigan are marking Thursday’s anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, offering a chance to remember those who died and honor the sacrifices of first-responders.