The decision makes it official: A federal district court order to redraw gerrymandered lines and stage new elections is moot.
Interest in changing Michigan’s strict legislative term limits may produce an unlikely alliance: Voters Not Politicians, the GOP and Michigan Chamber.
Work on Pure Michigan tourism ads will continue through at least the end of the year after approval to use $740K to pay firms. Its long-term status remains shaky after a $37.5 million budget veto.
The county's diverse population poses challenges, especially regarding language and trust in local governments. These barriers increase the chances immigrant Americans will be undercounted in the 2020 census.
Milliken's biographer pauses after his passing to revisit what the former Michigan governor was able to accomplish, and how he got it done.
Bridge Magazine uncovered that up to 50,000 K-12 students in Michigan are being taught by long-term (often uncertified) substitute teachers. You can weigh in and hear experts talk about this troubling trend, and how to fix it.
Declining student enrollment, reduced state support, rising tuitions and political skepticism are all creating a perfect storm that's battering our state campuses.
In an under-the-radar move, the GOP tried to shift $1.5 million from the Department of Civil Rights to three private museums. The move came as hate crimes are increasing.
Known for his ability to reach across the aisle, the Republican and state’s longest serving governor served Michigan as waterways commissioner, state senator and lieutenant governor before becoming governor.
As rents skyrocket in hip neighborhoods like Corktown, long-term residents are vulnerable and Detroit needs to consider subsidies or other programs to prevent displacement.
In much of rural Michigan, and in Detroit, fewer than 20 percent of residents get flu shots, even though the vaccine makes it far less likely that people will die or get seriously ill from the virus.
The measure approved Thursday overrides proposed state regulatory changes critics said would be “devastating” to mental health care in Michiga
The Democratic governor loosens policies restricting how much money recipients can have in the bank. Critics of the old rules called them ‘cruel and unusual,’ but Republicans fear the new limits will increase fraud.