8 Michigan House Members, 21 Staffers Test Positive For COVID-19This comes after the House canceled its sessions this week due COVID-19 exposure concerns. 
Lawmakers Approve Bill To Ban Tesla From Directly Selling Cars In MichiganThis comes after a January settlement which allowed Tesla to deliver cars directly to Michigan.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Lawmakers Approve $125M For Virus OutbreakMichigan lawmakers late Tuesday approved $125 million in emergency relief to fight the coronavirus outbreak, including $50 million to help expand the health care system's capacity amid rising cases during the pandemic.
Michigan Lawmakers Consider Banning Cat DeclawingLawmakers have introduced a bill that would ban declawing of cats in Michigan.
Michigan Bill Would Curb Pre-Approval Rules In Health CareFed-up doctors and health advocates want Michigan lawmakers to curb insurers' cost-control methods they say are delaying care, frustrating patients, and creating unnecessary red tape and expense for providers.
Detroit Schools Plagued By Mismanagement, Student LossesOfficials say only money from the state will fix the district's problems, both financial and educational.
Lawmakers Vote To Lift Cap On Teacher Certification Test FeeThe bill doesn't outline new fees but says the state Education Department cannot implement fees exceeding actual costs.
Savings Eyed In Changes In Criminal JusticeFew people would oppose putting more money into roads and schools. But even a perception that officials are being soft on criminals in exchange can be a spoiler
Fracking On The Discussion Table At W. Bloomfield Township Meeting WednesdayThe township supervisor is calling on lawmakers to change current Michigan law that does not permit local governments to ban or even regulate gas and oil drilling.
Lawmakers OK Bills To Target Drugged DrivingThe Michigan Legislature has given final approval to bills designed to give police more tools to arrest drivers under the influence of drugs.
What Lawmakers Did, Didn't Do Before Summer BreakLate-night wrangling over hiking taxes to improve roads overshadowed Michigan lawmakers' final days in Lansing before they broke for much of the summer.