Michigan House Bill Allows City To Charge Nonresidents Higher Rates For Using Groesbeck By Katie Cook • Jun 13, 2018 Naina Rao / WKAR-MSU A bill has been passed in the Michigan House and Senate that will allow the City of Lansing to charge nonresidents more than residents for use of Groesbeck Golf Course. Katie Cook reports. Listen Listening... / 0:52 Lawmakers Continue To Roll Out Nassar And MSU Response Legislation By Cheyna Roth • Apr 12, 2018 File Photo / WKAR-MSU State lawmakers want to hit universities in their pocketbooks if they don’t follow certain sexual assault policies. Listen Listening... / 0:38 Bill Cuts Aid To Colleges That Don't Meet Post-Nassar Rules By Associated Press • Apr 12, 2018 WKAR photo Michigan lawmakers voted Thursday to threaten a 10 percent state funding cut for any university that fails to comply with proposed new requirements prompted by the Larry Nassar sexual assault case at Michigan State. Democratic Candidates Fill Two Vacancies In State House By Rick Pluta • Nov 8, 2017 Democrats won two special elections to fill vacancies in the state House. Former Michigan Rep. Vern Ehlers, A Physicist, Dies at 83 By Associated Press • Aug 16, 2017 VoteSmart.org Vern Ehlers, a research physicist and moderate Republican who represented a western Michigan congressional district for 17 years and advocated for Great Lakes cleanup funding, has died. He was 83. Governor Tries To Salvage “Good Jobs” Bills, Meets With House Speaker By Cheyna Roth • Jul 11, 2017 freedomworks.org The state House meets Wednesday and Governor Rick Snyder hopes lawmakers will vote on a controversial set of business tax breaks. Listen Listening... / 0:40 Michigan Public Radio’s Cheyna Roth reports on a meeting that took place Tuesday between the governor and House Speaker Tom Leonard about the bills. Michigan House OKs Budget With More Funding To Help At-Risk Students By Associated Press • Jun 21, 2017 Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU The Republican-led Michigan House approved a $56.7 billion budget Tuesday that includes significantly more funding for at-risk students and a modest boost in traditional state aid for K-12 districts.