Between Republicans’ economic agenda, spurious investigations, and threatened impeachments, the House is looking at a busy but unproductive year.
Inflation is still hovering at a 40-year high. Will the Inflation Reduction Act or student loan forgiveness make a difference in Michigan?
Gas prices are down, jobs growth is up, and the Democratic-led government is on the verge of passing a once-in-a-generation bill to lower healthcare costs, fight climate change, and increase taxes on big corporations.
With grocery prices still on the rise, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced that those who are eligible for food assistance will continue to receive a $95 monthly payment for July.
We’re taking a closer look at what’s behind the sticker shock, what could make the economy better, and which politicians have plans you should know about.
If a judge’s decision survives appeals, tipped and untipped workers would be set to receive $12 an hour for minimum wage.
Michigan families should strap in for high prices at the pump and supermarket, even as proposals are floated to alleviate some costs.
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