Tracking Money In Michigan Budget Requires Some SleuthingHow do Michigan lawmakers spend money? For curious taxpayers, it might require a map, census data and a Google search to get answers.
Lawmakers, Snyder Agree To Framework Of BudgetThe Republican governor and GOP legislative leaders still have to sign the accord, but unsettled details were described as small.
Michigan Revenues This Year, Next Are $333 Million Below EstimatesSnyder and majority GOP lawmakers want to enact the next budget by early June, likely in conjunction with another mid-year supplemental boost in emergency aid for the Flint disaster.
Michigan Amends State Budget To Include $250,000 To Fight Zika VirusOfficials have confirmed two Zika cases in Michigan.
What To Know About Snyder's $54.9 Billion Budget ProposalThe GOP-controlled Legislature will consider the legislation in the coming months and likely approve a plan in early June.
Michigan Lawmakers Approve $54.5 Billion Budgetit includes modest funding increases for roads and education along with new initiatives to boost early literacy and training for jobs in the trades.
Michigan Schools Budget Includes $70-$140 Increase In Student FundingThe move is meant to reduce the gap between higher- and lower-funded schools.
Forecast: Michigan Revenues Up $365M Over Previous EstimatesThat was positive news for Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and legislators, months after they had to address a $410 million shortfall in the current budget.
Michigan House OKs Version Of $37.9 Billion General Budget BillThe plan could change drastically if Michigan voters next week approve a sales tax increase to trigger more money for deteriorating roads.
How Gov. Snyder, Lawmakers Are Filling Michigan's $412 Million Budget HoleGov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday plans to sign mid-budget year bills to finalize a plan to tackle Michigan's projected $412 million shortfall in two primary funds that receive about $21 billion annually in tax revenue.
Official: 'Real' Cuts Needed After Shortfall Pegged At $289MState revenue is $289 million short of projections in the current budget and $527 million below expectations for next year - largely because of large companies cashing in tax credits.
Gov. Snyder Prepares For Budget Cuts As Revenue Falls ShortThe shortfall of hundreds of millions of dollars is mostly being blamed on businesses cashing in tax credits at a higher rate than expected.