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The Michigan Legislature has approved funding for 114 public recreation projects, ending — for now — a dispute over senators’ attempt to fund even more.

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 A $56.7 billion state budget is headed toward Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk after the Republican-led Senate gave it final approval on mostly party-line votes.

Michigan would no longer ban switchblades under a bill sent to Gov. Rick Snyder.

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New teachers will get different retirement options than current school employees under a bill sent to Governor Rick Snyder Tuesday.


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The Michigan State Police continues to mark its 100th anniversary with open houses at posts statewide.

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Gov. Rick Snyder says the state budget should be resolved soon because K-12 school districts and many municipalities start their fiscal year three months before the state does.

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Snyder order to make naloxone widely available in Michigan. 

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Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered U.S. and Michigan flags at half-staff Wednesday at state buildings and within the Capitol complex to honor probation agent Candice Dunn who was among five people killed in a traffic crash.

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Gov. Rick Snyder is poised to propose a state spending plan that would save money to prepare for looming budget pressures and include modest funding increases for education and public safety.

Michigan State of the State 2017

Jan 17, 2017
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Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's seventh State of the State Address. WATCH IT NOW

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Governor Snyder says infrastructure investment is key in the future of Michigan development. 

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A Flint family is pursuing a grand jury investigation into Gov. Rick Snyder, alleging misconduct. They claim thata he's breaking the law by spending taxpayer money to defend himself against legal challenges relating to the Flint Water crisis. We talk with complainant Keri Webber of Flint and her attorney, Mark Brewer.


Courtesy Michigan Radio

The Michigan Public Radio Network presents "Michigan Calling."  Governor Rick Snyder answers listeners' questions on a variety of topics.  Hosted by MPRN Statehouse Bureau Chief Rick Pluta.

MSU studies home treatment for blood clots

Feb 16, 2015
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Blood clots have been in the news lately, as Michigan Governor Rick Snyder recovers from one in his leg. The governor was hospitalized for treatment, but what if clots were better treated at home? A new MSU study will look at home versus hospital care. 

Current State’s Melissa Benmark speaks with Dr. Paul Stein, a professor of osteopathic medical specialties in MSU's College of Osteopathic Medicine, who is one of the study’s leaders.

WATCH NOW: Evening with the Governor

Dec 18, 2014
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AIRS Sun. Jan. 4 - 5pm WKAR-HD  | Watch it now at video.wkar.org

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