Final negotiations on a supplemental budget bill have been teed up, but there was no shortage of drama with the first big piece of legislation taken up by the new Democratic-led Legislature.
Materials science company Dow is cutting about 2,000 jobs, or approximately 5% of its global workforce, as part of an effort to reach $1 billion in cost savings this year.
A new federal rule could prevent companies from forcing workers to sign exploitative contracts—and boost the economy in Michigan.
Fiscal experts delivered "good news" about Michigan revenue growth, but cautioned that a "mild recession" may be on the horizon.
Hundreds of thousands of Michigan families could soon see thousands of more dollars in their pockets if the state legislature backs Democrats’ plan to repeal the state retirement tax and expand Michigan’s Earned Income Tax Credit.
Michigan has had four years to enjoy the recreational use of cannabis. Nowadays, weed is cheap, the state is raking in tax cash—and the idea that you can only smoke weed in private is changing.
Stacker compiled a list of the most common jobs in Michigan 150 years ago using data transcribed from the 1870 US Census.
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