Snyder Veto Ends Ban on Abortion TelemedicineOutgoing Governor Rick Snyder has vetoed legislation that would have made permanent a ban against Michigan doctors prescribing abortion-inducing drugs with webcams or other forms of telemedicine.
Snyder Signs Legislation Shifting Revenue From SchoolsGovernor Snyder has signed a $1.3B budget legislation that shifts new tax revenue for schools to other priorities such as roads and environmental cleanup.
Snyder Moves to Bar LGBT Discrimination by State ContractorsMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder is moving to bar state contractors and the recipients of state grants or loans from discriminating against their LGBT employees.
Former Snyder Aide Urges Veto Of Ballot Drive BillThe Latest on developments during the Michigan Legislature's lame-duck session:
Michigan Standard For Protecting Drinking Water May Not Be Strong EnoughMichigan may need stronger standards for toxins based on new reports. 
Snyder Signs Bills To Delay, Scale Back Minimum Wage And Paid Sick Leave Gov. Rick Snyder on Friday signed laws to significantly scale back citizen-initiated measures to raise Michigan's minimum wage and require paid sick leave for workers.
Bill To Ban Doctors From Prescribing Abortion-Inducing Drugs Remotely Sent To Gov. SnyderA bill that would permanently ban doctors from prescribing abortion-inducing drugs has been sent to Gov. Rick Snyder's desk. 
Snyder Promises 'Nerd-Like' Review Of Controversial BillsGov. Rick Snyder says he hasn't decided if he'll sign or reject controversial bills from the Republican Legislature in the days before Democrats get control of major statewide offices in Michigan.
Snyder Calls For Civility, Doesn't Mention Flint In Address Gov. Rick Snyder has given another pitch for civility in government and politics.
Governor, Mayor To Promote Skilled Trades At Student EventMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan will be among the dignitaries on hand to help introduce area high school students to the skilled trades.
Michigan House Approves Anchor Ban in Straits of MackinacLegislation advancing in Michigan would prohibit vessels from dropping anchor in the Straits of Mackinac — where oil, electric and other underwater cables rest.