Rick Pluta

Managing Editor - Michigan Public Radio Network

Governor Rick Snyder spent the last day before Election Day campaigning for Proposal One.


The Michigan Court of Appeals has ordered a state utility board to take another look at “smart meters” and how much utilities can charge customers who don’t want to use them.


Eighteen schools in Detroit were closed Thursday as teachers and other staff skipped classes to protest at the state Capitol.


Michigan is now waiting for the US Supreme Court to make its decision on same-sex marriage bans.


A state House committee has approved some big changes to Michigan’s no-fault law.

We have more from The Michigan Public Radio Network’s Rick Pluta.

State Representative Tom Leonard chairs the House Insurance Committee. He says this will save consumers money.

“There is a mandatory rate rollback of 100 dollars per vehicle that has been put in this bill,” he says.