Michigan Governor Whitmer To Focus on Jobs and Roads in Tuesday’s State of the StateState grants are available for Michigan communities and organizations that would like to keep an eye on inland beach water quality.
Whitmer Seeks To Change Michigan's Medicaid Work RulesGov. Gretchen Whitmer plans to seek changes to Michigan's Medicaid work requirements before they take effect, saying the "onerous" rules could lead to recipients losing coverage.
Pro-Whitmer Group To Pay $37K Fine To Resolve Ad ComplaintA political nonprofit that backed Gretchen Whitmer for governor will pay a $37,500 fine after Michigan's top election official concluded it violated campaign-finance law by "expressly" advocating for her election in TV ads.
Whitmer Looks For Answers After Last Weeks Natural Gas CrisisGov. Gretchen Whitmer is asking the Michigan Public Service Commission to study the adequacy of the state's energy supply and its ability to deliver natural gas, electricity and propane.
Whitmer Eliminates Role of Businesses in Environmental AgencyMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Monday abolished panels that Republicans created to give industries more say in environmental regulators' rule-making and permitting decisions.
Whitmer Revamps MEDQ After Flint Water CrisisGov. Gretchen Whitmer plans to drastically change the state environmental agency that drew criticism for its handling of the Flint water crisis under former Gov. Rick Snyder.
Whitmer Orders Flags Lowered for Army CorporalGovernor Gretchen Whitmer ordered US and state flag to be lowered to honor the Michigan native who died last week in a training exercise in New Mexico.
State of Michigan Closed Thursday, Third Time This WeekMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is closing state government for the third day this week due to winter weather, saying the step is needed to keep people safe.