New legislation from Michigan Republicans would require students in public schools learn about “Christian foundations” before they can graduate.
Bipartisan legislation that takes effect this summer will ramp up state funding for survivors of crime—and help heal old wounds.
Republican lawmakers introduced bills to repeal reproductive freedoms in Michigan. Apparently nobody told them the state constitution—and millions of Michiganders—won’t let that happen.
New legislation from Sen. Jeff Irwin (D-Ann Arbor) aims to update the state’s fire code to make tent camping safer for Michiganders.
Nearly all Michigan Senators voted this week for new legislation that aims to protect Black Michiganders from workplace discrimination based on how they wear their natural hair.
New legislation will make it easier for Michigan National Guard spouses and their children to earn a cheap college degree or professional certificate—no strings attached.
Two bills in the Michigan Senate could allow employees around the state up to 15 weeks of paid leave from work to deal with family and medical issues.
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