Lindsay VanHulle

Lindsay VanHulle is a Lansing-based Capitol correspondent covering the intersection of business and public policy in a joint venture that launched in 2015 between Bridge and Crain’s Detroit Business. Prior to joining Bridge, she was a reporter at the Lansing State Journal and Traverse City Record-Eagle. Her work also has appeared in the Detroit Free Press and USA Today. As a business reporter in Lansing, VanHulle covered plans for a $245 million off-reservation tribal casino in Lansing and subsequent court challenges, right-to-work legislation that drew thousands of protesters to the Capitol during lame-duck session in 2012 and dozens of same-sex marriages performed in Ingham County the day after a federal judge overturned Michigan’s ban. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Michigan State University and is president of the Mid-Michigan Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. You can reach Lindsay via email at lvanhulle@bridgemi.com, or call her at 517-657-3401.

Articles

Poll: Business community willing to pay more for better roads

May 18, 2015 | Lindsay VanHulle

Fuel or sales tax hikes are favored options among 300 Metro Detroit business owners and managers polled after Proposal 1 flopped on the state ballot this month.

Business blog: Lansing to begin fresh talk on roads bills

May 18, 2015 | Lindsay VanHulle

The Michigan Legislature will consider a Republican bill this week, with lengthy negotiations expected leading into the summer.

Snyder eyes future as his profile builds

May 11, 2015 | Lindsay VanHulle

Despite the failure of Proposal 1, the governor pitches a "comeback story" to audiences in California and New York.

Mackinac Conference adds conversation on race, class to business agenda

May 8, 2015 | Lindsay VanHulle

Unrest in cities far from Michigan will spark discussion at the annual policy conference, presented by the Detroit Regional Chamber. Speakers include the architects of Detroit's bankruptcy deal, authors and lawmakers.

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