Prevailing Wage Bill to Proceed After Court Declines AppealMichigan lawmakers could begin voting as soon as next week on veto-proof legislation to repeal Michigan's prevailing wage law.
Gretchen Whitmer Turns in Signatures to Get on the Ballot for GovernorLANSING (AP) — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday filed 30,000 voter signatures to qualify for the ballot, pledging to make Michigan a state where young people stay and outsiders move to for opportunities.
Paid Sick Leave Petitions Delivered To CapitolThe groups Mothering Justice and Working America collected signatures from 2,500 Michiganders.
2 Ex-McCotter Aides Sentenced In Election ScandalDon Yowchuang and Paul Seewald were sentenced for their part in what state Attorney General Bill Schuette called a ”cut and paste job that would make a fourth grade art teacher cringe
McCotter Aides Plead Guilty To Some Charges In Petition ScandalTwo former aides of ex-Michigan Congressman Thad McCotter have pleaded guilty to a series of misdemeanors for falsifying petition signatures.
Former McCotter Aides Ordered To Stand TrialA judge has ordered two men who worked for a Detroit-area congressman to stand trial in a campaign scandal.
Election Fraud Charge Coming Against Same-Name CandidateIt's the tale of the two John Scotts in Oakland County ...
Court To Hear Arguments On Emergency Manager LawThe greatest hurdle for groups opposing Michigan's year-old emergency manager law might be persuading voters to repeal the legislation designed to right financially troubled cities, not a ruling by the state Supreme Court on whether the measure should be on the November ballot.
Dispute Over Emergency Managers Hits Supreme CourtA group that supports Michigan's emergency manager law is asking the state Supreme Court to keep a referendum off the ballot.
Procedural Hurdles Cleared For 2 Proposed Constitutional AmendmentsThe newest of the proposals aims to put what is now called the Michigan Quality Community Care Council in the state constitution.