“I don’t believe in discrimination,” Gov. Rick Snyder told reporters at the Mackinac Policy Conference.
Gov. Rick Snyder calls for action, not just talk, to come out of this year’s three-day meeting of business and political leaders on Mackinac Island.
Michigan lawmakers are tackling hefty issues in the last weeks before they break for the summer.
In all, 67,000 pensioners will decide if they agree with the four-and-a-half percent cut that the city says is necessary to move forward to solvency.
Gifts include everything from a box of Frosted Flakes with his picture to a welded trout sculpture — and even a gold Slinky toy.
Brighton-area automotive engineering manager Wes Nakagiri persuaded Republicans to make him a candidate at the party’s nominating convention.
“Kevyn Orr is in the governor’s office right now, calling in individual lawmakers, trying to explain why they need to vote yes,”
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The time to talk about race relations in our region and country has never been more needed according to Rev. Wendell Anthony as the Detroit branch of the NAACP prepares for its 59th annual weekend of festivities which concludes Sunday with the Freedom Fund Annual Dinner at Cobo Center.
Twenty-two sites have been closed for illegal gambling since 2010, and in recent days authorities found a poker hall where two of four dealers were felons.
“We didn’t have that on our list of conditions,” the governor told reporters in Lansing Wednesday.