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2 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric
In 2013, corporate America took the holiday away. Macy's was the first in this area when it announced that it would open its doors at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving day.
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
7 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
Kevyn D. Orr, the man who must now revive Detroit, commutes each week from Maryland to a cavernous old office building here that seems to dare him to succeed.
11 hrs ago | MLive.com
Gov. Rick Snyder called for $1.3 billion in additional annual road funding during his first State of the State address.
15 hrs ago | SooToday
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16 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Putting a bandage on a bleeding wound is a great plan, but it's a better idea not to get hurt in the first place.
20 hrs ago | Times Herald
A year after right-to-work laws were approved with the promise of radically changing Michigan's business climate, little has actually changed.
Despite pleas from the Regional Transit Authority for financial help, the prospect of the new transit agency receiving legislative support is in question and that could challenge the transportation goals for the region.
This Week in Review , Rina Miller and Jack Lessenberry talk about how Rand Paul thinks Detroit should lower it's tax rate in order to stabilize, what's behind Governor Rick Snyder's 36 percent approval rating, and how the average Michigan graduate has $29,000 in student loans .
If lawmakers vote to restrict insurance coverage of abortions in Michigan, it would affect a small number of abortions because the vast majority already are paid for out of pocket.
The township board may consider the future of their elected treasurer during a special meeting Monday night which includes an attorney's recommendation they take steps to remove her from office.
Ten years after giving cities the power to fine people for blighted properties, Michigan is close to enacting new laws to subject violators to potential jail time and streamline procedures to garnish their wages.
Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed Chris Roosen, a former Northville Township Trustee, to be part of the financial review team that will determine where the financial emergency stands in Highland Park.
Governor Rick Snyder: "I think having this sweater out there is going to generate a lot more attention, and I hope they're ready for the demand they're going to get for more yarn equipment, more yarn, and actually to have more farmers participate in terms of the ability to take their wool and make products."
Pro-choice supporters have started a non-binding online petition asking State Lawmakers to put a controversial pro-life petition on the ballot.
That should be the duty of the DIA, being a city-owned asset. Dennis McLellan, Allen Park Here's the bottom line: This whole bankruptcy filing was a bad idea from the get-go.
Right to Life of Michigan is flexing its muscle in presenting the state Legislature with a do-or-die choice to limit insurance coverage of abortion.
Michigan cities would have the tools to fight blight in quicker, more effective ways under bills that passed the state Senate on Thursday and are on their way to Gov. Rick Snyder.