Michigan Matters: Verbal Volleys Fly Over Education Spending Under SnyderIt was fireworks as Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Lon Johnson and former Michigan GOP Chair Saul Anuzis exchanged heated words over the topic of proposed education cutbacks in the state under first term Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder as the conversation on "Michigan Matters" dissected the final hours of the primary which takes place Tuesday.
Michigan Matters: Small Business With James Dunlap And Political Convention RoundupHuntington Banks' James Dunlap talks about the West Michigan Policy Forum. Plus, Geoffrey Fieger, Denise Ilitch, and Saul Anuzis discuss the political conventions, the presidential contest and much more in this full episode of Michigan Matters.
Michigan Matters: Small BusinessSmall business will lead Michigan to a new future. Armed with that truth, Michigan Matters host Carol Cain finds out how small business is faring in this economy and learns about challenges and opportunities.
WWJ-TV Airs In-Depth Ficano Severance Scandal InterviewHe's the man in the eye of the storm as Bob Ficano battles for survival. What's does the Wayne County Executive have to say? Find out during an action packed Michigan Matters this Sunday at 11 a.m.
Michigan Matters: Anuzis And BrewerHost Carol Cain invites Republican Party strategist Saul Anuzis and Michigan Democratic Chair Mark Brewer to go head-to-head over presidential and state issues before joining Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and Business Executive Denise Ilitch for an all-politics edition of Michigan Matters.
'Michigan Matters' Senator Debbie StabenowShe’s the leader Republicans all across the state are targeting in the next election. Carol Cain finds out what Sen. Debbie Stabenow thinks of that and much more.
Anuzis: I Won't Run Against StabenowAdd another Republican to the recent string of candidates who are NOT running against Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow.
Michigan Matters: State Of The State AnalysisCarol Cain talks with Michigan Democratic Party Chair Mark Brewer and Saul Anuzis, former chair of Michigan’s Republican Party, about Gov Rick Snyder’s first state of the state speech.