“One thing I learned watching Justice Ginsburg’s fearless battles with cancer and injustice is that you never give up,” said Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Just 17 days before the start of the next fiscal year, Michigan’s leaders decide on next year’s allocations.
His visit came hours after he denied Michigan support for frontline pandemic responders.
With food security a growing issue, state Rep. Angela Witwer thinks Michigan's diverse agriculture industry can help feed its struggling families.
The incarcerated are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus. Michigan is trying to keep them, prison staff and their communities safe through rigorous testing.
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 was sued in May by the Republican-controlled Legislature over her use of emergency powers. For the second time, a court upheld her action during the coronavirus pandemic.
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