After years of claiming that border security was a “top priority” for them, House and Senate Republicans killed a long-awaited, bipartisan deal they insisted on amid pressure from former President Donald Trump.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s latest state budget recommendations are all about lowering costs—and ensuring more children are prepared to ‘make it’ in Michigan.
Several lawmakers think tax incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act should support local farmers—not industrial, pollution-causing mega-farms.
State lawmakers are exploring plans to revive tax incentives for film and digital media produced in the state of Michigan.
Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell made a bet with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over who would win the NFC Championship game between their hometown teams. The stakes were decadent.
A lawsuit filed by anti-abortion groups could disrupt access to abortion—even in Michigan, where reproductive rights are constitutionally protected.
A new analysis shows that Michiganders can save thousands of dollars by ditching their gasoline-powered vehicles for newer, electric models.
Trump is seeking to delay a trial until after the November election. If he were to defeat President Joe Biden, he could presumably try to use his position as head of the executive branch to order a new attorney general to dismiss the federal cases he faces or potentially could seek a pardon for himself.
Whitmer announced plans to fund free preschool for all 4-year-olds about a year ago, but bumped up the timeline during this year’s State of the State address.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer plans to call for boosts in funding for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics in her proposal for the next state budget.