Kelly Breen's top priority is protecting Michigan students. Between learning gaps caused by COVID-19 and gun violence in schools, she's worried.
Major changes in Michigan car insurance law do not apply to people who were catastrophically injured before the summer of 2019, the state appeals court said Thursday.
Government services can be dull news, but shorter lines and online services are positive notes worth sharing.
From not having to pay a tax on tampons to seeing an increase in minimum wage, many Michiganders could be saving money in 2022 thanks to these new laws.
Drivers shouldn’t have to pay regular premiums when driving less during the pandemic, the state's principal insurance regulator decided.
A new law means Michiganders renewing or buying car insurance will weigh their risk tolerance against their desire for savings.
A slate of auto insurance reforms set to start July 1 look to be providing higher than expected savings to Michigan motorists.
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