Debate over whether to drop a set of national school standards has stalled a bill to fund the Michigan Department of Education.
A state-appointed team has found Hamtramck is facing a fiscal crisis.
A state House panel is looking at ways to address medical marijuana distribution in Michigan.
The Michigan Supreme Court has placed new limits on the expenses that can be claimed by people who are injured in auto accidents.
Voters will decide the fate of a state law that allows wildlife officials to set wolf hunting seasons in the Upper Peninsula.
Abortion foes in Michigan have been given the go-ahead to launch a petition drive.
A state House panel has approved a plan to tie teachers’ pay to student performance.
Lawmakers in Lansing are considering some changes to the Michigan’s controversial new fireworks law.
Governor Rick Snyder’s administration says it’s “very skeptical” the federal government will let Michigan put a time limit on Medicaid.