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2 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
An Ingham County judge today tossed out a lawsuit brought by Highland Park union activist Robert Davis against Detroit Mayor-elect Mike Duggan and other defendants and slapped Davis and his lawyer with attorney fees and costs for filing a lawsuit not backed up by facts or the law.
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6 hrs ago | CBS Local
On their last day of voting before an election year, Michigan lawmakers moved Thursday to raise maximum contributions to candidates for the first time in decades and keep intact rules so donors behind certain political ads can stay anonymous.
10 hrs ago | Times Herald
An advocate of greater campaign finance disclosure said he expects Gov. Rick Snyder to veto a bill the Legislature sent him today that would shield the identity of those who pay for controversial "issue ads."
13 hrs ago | WILX-TV Lansing
One year to the day after Gov. Rick Snyder signed 'Right-to-Work' into law, another controversial bill became law Wednesday.
17 hrs ago | WILX-TV Lansing
Big legislation that could win final approval Thursday would expand a state reform school district to failing schools beyond Detroit and ease the potential discontinuation of traditional land line service.
Michigan will join more conservative states in requiring residents who want health insurance coverage for abortions to buy an extra policy, after Republican legislators passed the law Wednesday over the objections of Democrats who pleaded for them to take the issue to voters instead.
Dave Bing delivered his final official speech as Detroit's mayor on Wednesday, proclaiming that the city is much stronger now than it was four years ago despite going through the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a law naming a portion of I-96 in West Michigan for a police officer who was killed while helping detain suspected bank robbers.
Gov. Rick Snyder has added his voice to the chorus of criticism directed at Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema over his latest antigay remarks.
One year ago today, more than 12,000 people gathered outside the Michigan Capitol, braving the cold December weather to speak out on controversial right-to-work legislation that would quickly become law.
A Republican National Committee official's anti-gay remarks last week are drawing criticism from fellow Republicans, including Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder .
Detroit's retirees say they shouldn't suffer pension cuts due to the city's financial troubles.
Michigan Superintendent Mike Flanagan says he'll move more failing schools into a statewide district, and more should be transferred there than he previously indicated.
Belle Isle is in the midst of a 90-day transition period after which the DNR will operate the 985-acre park.
PPP's first Michigan poll in six months finds that the GOP has made gains of 7-8 points in the races for Governor and Senate.
Michigan has lost millions of acres of wetlands over the last century. But the state's still got roughly five million acres left.