Michigan Republicans adopted an identical LGBT Pride Month resolution last year. But the Senate GOP refused to do so in 2022 without adding a disclaimer that “not every citizen in Michigan agrees with the lifestyle.”
The Michigan attorney general will review allegations nonprofits broke the law by raising money for the measure to strip Gov. Whitmer of emergency powers. The nonprofits say the move is purely political.
Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey promised a hearing on ‘extreme risk protection orders’ more than two years ago. Gun rights groups are gearing up for a legislative fight as Shirkey prepares to finally make good on the promise.
COVID-19 policies have already hurt Michigan businesses, and "the federal government getting further into their underwear is unnecessary, unwarranted, unproductive and indefensible," Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, R-Clarklake, said Wednesday.
How do you suppose we get children back in school and not vaccinate and not have them wear masks? If we want children to benefit from sports participation and in-person school, we need common-sense measures to protect students.
Michigan’s Republican Senate Majority Leader argues that mask mandates are a ‘solution in search of a problem’ and inconvenient facts about COVID-19 are ignored by policymakers and public health officials.
Two GOP lawmakers say their plans cut bureaucracy and save millions of dollars. Some worry, though, that any reform that shifts care to the private sector or distant agencies will compromise vulnerable patients.