About 15 hundred Republicans are meeting on Mackinac Island this weekend to get ready for the 2014 and 2016 elections.
A new report suggests Michigan is well-positioned to expand renewable energy production.
The state House Thursday gave overwhelming bi-partisan support to legislation meant to strengthen Michigan’s mental health courts.
So far, Michigan lawmakers have been unable to agree on a way to boost funding for roads.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is calling for laws to require inspections and background checks for compounding pharmacies like the one that produced the drug that caused a nationwide meningitis outbreak.
A state House panel has approved a set of bills meant to crack down on unemployment fraud in Michigan.
Michigan’s unemployment rate has edged upward for the third month in a row, hitting 9 percent.
Medical Marijuana advocates are blasting the state for removing children from the homes of licensed patients and caregivers.
Michigan is now the 25th state to expand Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Groups advocating for more road funding in Michigan say they’re confident some deal can be reached soon in Lansing.
The State Bar of Michigan says it’s time to end anonymous campaign spending in elections for judges and Supreme Court justices.
Many state lawmakers say they’re eager to expand Michigan’s mental health court system.
A plan to enforce a six-percent sales tax on all internet purchases is headed to the full state House.
State employees are taking their right-to-work law challenge to the Michigan Supreme Court.
State lawmakers opened discussions Tuesday on legislation to ease restrictions on Michigan’s craft brewers.
Governor Rick Snyder’s administration and state employee unions are arguing about who should be in the room during contract bargaining.
Michigan will be part of an experiment to let private equity invest in public services.
Craft brewers in Michigan would face fewer restrictions under a proposal in Lansing.
A medical marijuana cardholder has appealed a drug possession conviction to the Michigan Supreme Court.
Post-traumatic stress disorder and insomnia could be added to the list of ailments that can be treated with medical marijuana in Michigan.
A state board will hear public testimony Thursday on whether to allow patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder to use medical marijuana.
Governor Rick Snyder says extending Medicaid to more working poor people will save the state a lot of money – and that begs the question of what to do with the budget windfall.
Governor Rick Snyder says he intends to sign a bill that will extend Medicaid benefits to hundreds of thousands of Michiganders. The bill cleared the state Legislature Tuesday.
If a vote on Medicaid expansion comes down to a tie in the state Senate, Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley says he’s willing to cast the tie-breaking vote to pass it.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has dismissed a criminal charge against a minister accused of of failing to report child abuse.
Offenders in Michigan’s new mental health courts are far less likely to re-offend compared to those in the traditional criminal justice system.
Legislation to require online retailers to collect the Michigan sales tax in Michigan is gaining support in Lansing.
The state will take the very rare step of tabulating the votes and certifying the results of Detroit’s mayoral primary.
The state Department of Education says few Michigan schools are meeting goals for overall performance.
Michigan smokers could once again have a place to light up at some bars and restaurants under a decision out of Lansing Monday.