Nearly 100 Apply But No Pardons Yet In 2015 From GovernorAfter years without a driver's license, a Bay City man asked Gov. Rick Snyder if he would wipe clean his drunken-driving offenses with a pardon.
Snyder: Still 'Fair Amount Of Work To Be Done' To Settle Michigan Roads FixAs the House mulls over a Republican plan for a 15-cent a gallon gas tax hike, the Democrats this week proposed a plan to raise most of the money needed through a corporate income tax hike.
Michigan Union Will Try To Stop New Prison Food ContractA Michigan union pledged to try to stop a three-year, $158 million prison food contract approved Tuesday, questioning the lack of a new bid and saying state employees should again be doing the work instead.
Arbitrator: Laid-Off State Nursing Aides Get SeveranceAn arbitrator says Michigan must pay severance to eligible nursing aides who were laid off when the state privatized their jobs
Michigan Governor Signs Bill Tying Truancy To AssistanceUnder the policy, a family loses eligibility for cash assistance if a child ages 6 through 15 doesn't meet attendance requirements.
Maggots Discovered At Michigan Prison During Lunch At Correctional FacilityA 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.
Film Office Makes Plea For Retaining Diminished Film Incentive ProgramThe fate of the $50 million film incentive program is still in the hands of the Legislature. Meanwhile, the governor has proposed keeping it.
House School Budget Differs From Snyder Plan In Key AreasMichigan's Republican-majority House and Senate budget committees have approved separate plans for more than $13 billion in spending for K-12 schools.
Snyder In Dearborn Rounding Up Supporters For Proposal To Increase Sales TaxWayne County Executive Warren Evans saying the fact the proposal is not perfect should not be a reason to vote against it.
Snyder May Move School Turnaround District To Agency He ControlsThe Republican governor soon may issue an executive order transferring the turnaround district's functions to an agency he has control over ...
Snyder Signs Bills Changing Concealed Weapons Permit ProcessGov. Rick Snyder signed legislation Wednesday giving Michigan State Police rather than counties the authority to approve concealed weapons licenses.
Snyder: Group Close To Recommendations For Detroit StudentsWhen Early's 18-month tenure has expired DPS should be poised to return to local control.
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