Tigers Fan Offers House In Exchange For World Series TicketsGetting together enough scratch to go see your favorite team can be tough.
Opinion: Ryan VP Pick Changes Electoral MathPaul Ryan has changed the Electoral College math. With the pick, Romney has chosen a path that writes off almost all of the country and focuses the election on the industrial Midwest.
Bills Would Require More Government TransparencyThe Michigan House has passed two measures aimed at making government more transparent.
Proposed Legislation Targets So-called 'Swatters' The state House has voiced a loud, bi-partisan "yes" in support of a proposal that would allow the law to come down hard on anyone found guilty of "swatting."
Problem-Plagued Prison Co. Could Be In Line To Oversee Mich InmatesA private company that a federal investigation found allowed "a cesspool" of conditions to exist at a Mississippi youth prison and that paid a $1.1 million fine for understaffing New Mexico prisons could be in line to oversee Michigan inmates in the next year.
State House Passes Bills To Change Medical Pot LawMichigan lawmakers could be making some changes to the medical marijuana law.
Michigan Congresswoman Against Raising National Debt CeilingThe debate over raising the debt limit is back, as House Republicans vote on a measure to block the increase on Wednesday.
Democratic Lawmakers Downplay Scuffle In Michigan HouseAfter a long day in the Michigan House reportedly ended in a near-brawl, two state lawmakers say that the whole thing is being blown out of proportion.
Lawmakers Approve Heating Assistance PlanThere is now hope for truly needy in Michigan who are facing the possibility of their heat being shut off. House and Senate leaders have now agreed to a package that will raise $59-million dollars to keep the heat on.
Lawmakers OK More Michigan Charter SchoolsThe Michigan Legislature has approved a bill that will allow more charter schools in the state, but not everyone is happy about it.
Jobless Benefits Bill Sparks Debate In MichiganLegislation would help stabilize Michigan's sagging unemployment trust fund, which because of the high jobless rate has shelled out more money in benefits than it has collected in payments from employers financing the system.
Michigan House Approves Workers' Comp ChangesRepublicans say the measure updates Michigan's workers' compensation laws, reflects recent court rulings and could help crack down on fraud while encouraging injured workers to seek some type of employment when they're able.
Michigan House Lights Up Incandescent Bulb DebateThe Republican-led Michigan House is balking at federal regulations that will phase out the making and sale of incandescent light bulbs beginning in 2012.
Snyder OKs Ban On ‘Partial-Birth’ Abortion ProcedureGov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed into law a state ban on a late-term abortion procedure already prohibited under federal law, a move abortion opponents said was needed to make it easier to prosecute cases in the state.
Mich. Lawmakers Approve 'Partial-Birth' Abortion BanA proposed state-level ban on a procedure opponents call "partial birth" abortion is getting final approval in the Republican-led Michigan Legislature.