Medical marijuana patients in Michigan would be able to use edible forms of the drug under a proposal in Lansing.
People serving mandatory life sentences for crimes they committed as juveniles would not get a chance at re-sentencing, under a bill approved Thursday by the state Senate.
After months of debate over a set of new school standards, both chambers of the Michigan Legislature have approved plans to move forward with the Common Core.
Governor Rick Snyder says schools and students should have more options when it comes to meeting the Algebra Two graduation requirement.
Governor Rick Snyder wants the Legislature to focus on overhauling Michigan’s auto no-fault law as it approaches the final weeks of the 2013 session.
Michigan car buyers who trade in old vehicles for new ones would get a tax break under bills in the state Legislature.
State environmental regulators have rolled out proposed new rules to cover hydraulic “fracking” for natural gas.
Governor Rick Snyder says his controversial NERD Fund will be shut down this week.
A financial review board has moved the city of Highland Park closer to a takeover or some other form of state intervention.
People who fail or refuse to take a drug test as part of a job search could see their unemployment benefits revoked.
Michiganders who fail or refuse to take a drug test as part of a job search would lose their unemployment benefits under a bill in Lansing.
After weeks of negotiations, the state Senate has unveiled its plan to continue funding for state school standards.
A key Republican lawmaker in Lansing is blasting a plan to make Detroit’s Belle Isle a state park.
Governor Rick Snyder is wasting no time finding a new state treasurer after Andy Dillon’s resignation last week.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a challenge Tuesday to Michigan’s ban on affirmative action in public university admissions.
The federal shutdown is forcing the state to take its first step toward laying off thousands of public employees.
Another fight related to Medicaid expansion could be coming soon in the state Legislature.
State Treasurer Andy Dillon will resign his position.
Governor Rick Snyder says he doesn’t know who donates to his so-called “NERD” fund.
A challenge to a local zoning ordinance that restricts medical marijuana was argued today Thursday before the state Supreme Court.
Governor Rick Snyder testified under oath today Tuesday about Detroit’s historic bankruptcy filing.
Michigan’s new right-to-work law has not put a big dent in membership of the state’s biggest teachers’ union.
The debate over a set of school standards known as the Common Core has sparked bipartisan concerns about student privacy.
Abortion opponents have turned in more than 315,000 petition signatures calling on the Legislature to place new restrictions on health coverage.
Some state lawmakers say Michigan bars and restaurants in downtown areas should be able to serve alcohol until 4am.
The state won’t move about a thousand inmates to a privately run prison in northern Michigan.
On the second day of the federal government shutdown, half a dozen national nature preserves in Michigan closed.
Michigan’s budget chief says the state can ride out a week or two of the federal shutdown without suffering big consequences.
Most states that have decided to expand their Medicaid programs under the federal Affordable Care Act started signing people up Tuesday.
Unions that represent prison food service workers are blasting state officials for moving to privatize those services.