Tim Skubick

Poll: Michigan Voters Overwhelmingly Want Lawmakers To Give Up Summer Vacation, Focus On Roads"At this rate, nobody knows what's going to happen," Skubick said.
With Roads A Top Priority, Michigan Senate Meets For Rare Monday SessionThe top issue for Gov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders remains a potential tax increase to boost road funding.
Detroit's New Mayor Says Stopping Illegal Scrappers Is 'Life And Death'Most recently, scrappers sidelined a major and long-awaited project in Detroit when they stole copper wiring for new LED freeway lights installed through a $3.2 million program.
How Do You Feel About Paying Higher Sales Taxes?It's a possibility, as a plan is currently emerging in the State Capitol to raise the sales tax from six to seven percent to help pay for road maintenance.
Senator Tries To Repeal 'Right To Work'This is the first effort to repeal the Right to Work law.
State Senator Proposes Dissolving City Of DetroitIt would no doubt be controversial, but the idea of dissolving the city of Detroit and absorbing it into Wayne County is being tossed around in Lansing.
Michigan House Speaker Faces Election Fraud AllegationA Lansing judge has been appointed as a one-person grand jury to investigate allegations of election fraud against Bolger and the state representative candidate, Roy Schmidt, R-Grand Rapids, who switched parties at his alleged urging.
Poll: 50% Of Detroiters Would Support A White Candidate For MayorA new statewide survey is out on the potential for a white mayor in Detroit.
Plans Call For Casino In Downtown LansingA $245 million American Indian casino in downtown Lansing could create about 2,200 jobs and help fund scholarships for area students, according to backers.
State House Passes 'Partial-Birth' Abortion BanA ban on "partial-birth" abortions has cleared another hurdle in Lansing.
Senate Majority Leader Richardville Takes Aim At MEAMichigan teachers would no longer have to join unions under legislation state Senate Republicans plan to introduce in the coming weeks.
New Law To Set Public Worker Health Care CapLawmakers have approved a plan to force local governments and school districts to cap health care spending or risk losing state aid.