Noncompete Clauses Could Soon Be Illegal. What Does That Mean for Michigan Workers?

A new federal rule could prevent companies from forcing workers to sign exploitative contracts—and boost the economy in Michigan.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addresses the crowd during inauguration ceremonies, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023, outside the state Capitol in Lansing, Mich. (AP Photo/Al Goldis)
Historic Term Begins in Michigan, as Gov. Whitmer Takes the Helm for a Second Time

“For the next four years, our task is to ensure that every Michigander, present and future, can succeed."

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Top Stories: 8 Big Michigan Headlines from 2022

These top stories from 2022 will shape 2023 in Michigan.

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9 Pure Michigan Cocktail Recipes to Keep You Warm This Winter

The holiday season is all about spending time with family and friends. And that calls for a drink.

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9 Pure Michigan Cocktail Recipes to Keep You Warm This Winter

The holiday season is all about spending time with family and friends. And that calls for a drink.

The poster of Boblo Boats: A Detroit Ferry Tale.
New Michigan ‘Ferry Tale’ Rekindles the Magic of Boblo Island

Many Michiganders fondly remember their trips to Boblo Island amusement park. So what's happened to the ferries themselves? A new film tells us.

Christine Roperti, 77, helps out along the line at Roperti's Turkey Farm, which expects to sell 4,400 turkeys for this Thanksgiving.
This 74-Year-Old Family Turkey Farm Has Locals Flocking to Southeast Michigan

Step back into the good old days here at Roperti’s, a turkey farm where the family eats crab legs for Thanksgiving.