An arbitrator says Michigan must pay severance to eligible nursing aides who were laid off when the state privatized their jobs
Under the policy, a family loses eligibility for cash assistance if a child ages 6 through 15 doesn’t meet attendance requirements.
A Correction’s spokesperson says that there were no reports by inmates of maggots on their plates but he can’t say yet for certain that no maggots made it to the lunch table.
The fate of the $50 million film incentive program is still in the hands of the Legislature. Meanwhile, the governor has proposed keeping it.
Michigan’s Republican-majority House and Senate budget committees have approved separate plans for more than $13 billion in spending for K-12 schools.
Wayne County Executive Warren Evans saying the fact the proposal is not perfect should not be a reason to vote against it.
The Republican governor soon may issue an executive order transferring the turnaround district’s functions to an agency he has control over …
Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation Wednesday giving Michigan State Police rather than counties the authority to approve concealed weapons licenses.
When Early’s 18-month tenure has expired DPS should be poised to return to local control.
The $9.4 billion estimate is $2.9 billion, or 45 percent, higher than estimates provided to legislators at a revenue-estimating meeting in January.