Every single member of Michigan's Congressional delegation voted in favor of making Juneteenth National Independence Day a holiday.
A new chapter in American history began Wednesday, Jan. 20, and watching that new beginning brought Michiganders to tears.
The Michigan leader is showing us all how to “keep going” with her decades’ long commitment to public service.
Those women from Michigan continue to be decisive voices in policy both in Lansing and across the nation. Here are five leading ladies to watch next year.
She will continue her work of championing civil workers’ rights, building a better economy for residents, and holding leaders accountable.
The Detroit native's district has lost five valuable sorting machines already, each capable of processing 37,000 pieces of mail an hour.
Two Michigan congresswomen led a call to action encouraging the Senate to take up legislation to protect the postal service. One of them is a former postal worker.