While the state Legislature remains on summer break with no votes to report, this Roll Call Report describes some recent constitutional amendment proposals of general interest.
Rather than votes, this report contains some interesting or noteworthy recent bill introductions.
The state Legislature is on break through July, with no votes until at least August. Rather than votes, this report contains some interesting or noteworthy recent bill introductions.
Despite the sun-splashed and rainless day, one thing was clear Tuesday as Davis slowly made her way through the flooded street in front of her home: Water was winning.
The auto insurance reform that was recently signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will bring significant changes, including choices in personal injury protection coverage amounts and banning insurance companies from using non-driving factors to set rates.
The discovery of bones Monday by a construction crew led police to dig in a backyard.
In Michigan, 70 percent of payday borrowers take out another loan the same day they paid off their previous loan.
Michigan officials have begun raising public awareness of tougher sampling rules they expect to result in more drinking water systems exceeding limits for lead, a byproduct of new regulations enacted after Flint's crisis.
Michigan police officer who repeatedly hit man is fired
Here’s what’s making news across Michigan today:
Here’s what’s making news around Michigan today