Thursday marks two years since the mass shooting at Oxford High School on Nov. 30, 2021, that killed four students and injured seven others.
The United Auto Workers union reached a tentative agreement with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) and its HMO subsidiary, Blue Care Network.
Clean energy standards signed into law are poised to accelerate Michigan’s transition to cleaner—and much more affordable—energy for all Michigan families.
A new state law will cut ‘red tape’ in public schools and ensure teachers spend more time teaching their students instead of teaching to the test.
Michigan is joining an effort to curb deceptive uses of artificial intelligence and manipulated media through state-level policies ahead of the 2024 elections.
Six candidates apiece have filed for the two open seats in the state House of Representatives, with the special elections set for next year.
Farmers want more testing for PFAS on agricultural land, as well as federal resources to ensure their livelihoods are protected.
From school boards to legislative chambers, decision makers at all levels of the system can benefit from listening to our young people.
The Michigan Attorney General’s office announced earlier this month that it wrapped up all active cases against clergy members.
After a court ruling limiting the scope of the Voting Rights Act, Michigan officials say urgency has increased to pass legislation to protect minority voters.