Two proposals he did not like were overwhelmingly approved in the State Senate.
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One person described DTE’s conduct as “terrorists” while another said they were “malicious, aggressive, unfair”.
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Michigan lawmakers are back for the new year.
It looks a lot like a repeat of what happened last year.
A source tells 6 News it’s not a matter of “if” – but “when”
New Lansing mayor Andy Schor won’t be on the House floor, which means 90,000 Lansing citizens have lost their voice.
A survey has found the state is badly divided on the issue.
The governor says “I don’t want to get into the middle of the governor’s race.”
Petition backers are claiming victory today.
Up until now the governor has watched the Nassar-MSU story unfold from the sidelines
Everyone is waiting to see if state attorney general Bill Schuette will order an outside probe.
Current Attorney General Schuette insists “I’m a solution guy.”
“The state has no business sticking its nose into this.”
The governor and some legislative Republicans have begun the push to pass legislation that they argue will save health care benefits for fir…
Calley clearly believes all the fighting in politics is a problem, which is why he hates it.
The governor’s office is not releasing any details on the event.
They are worried that House Republicans want to eliminate their retiree health care benefits and they don’t like it.
He announced he was running in a video on his website
Some Capitol-watchers say this could be another potential Right to Work-like confrontation.