A combination of Gov. Whitmer’s leadership and good luck made it possible for the state’s budget to shape up far better than expected.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a deal with FEMA Friday morning to get some extra support for Michiganders who lost their jobs during the pandemic.
With nearly 100,000 Michiganders infected with the coronavirus, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says Trump is more concerned with winning the election than helping struggling families.
Five months into the pandemic, the disease still burns across the state but much of the financial support for Michiganders has evaporated.
With over a million Michigan residents collecting Social Security, the proposed payroll tax cut from the Trump administration could devastate the finances of older Michiganders.
"No amount of hard work, grit, or sheer determination can fix what has happened," said Michigan mom Katie Carls.
The relief many out-of-work Michiganders now rely on during the pandemic is expiring. Here's why they've already gotten their final checks.
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