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Redistricting Commission Isn't Funded As Of Saturday

09/30/22 09:42 AM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
Redistricting Commission Isn't Funded As Of Saturday
The Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission (MICRC) is going into Fiscal Year 2023 on Saturday, Oct. 1 without a budget being approved by the Legislature, even as the board moved to switch the executive director position to a part-time.

MCCA To Assess New $48 Fee On Drivers Beginning July 2023

09/30/22 09:35 AM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
MCCA To Assess New $48 Fee On Drivers Beginning July 2023
Michigan drivers will pay back $48 of the $400-per-vehicle refund issued earlier this year after the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association announced it is changing an assessment because of an anticipated deficit.

18 College, 11 University Projects Greenlighted By Capitol Outlay

09/30/22 09:22 AM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
18 College, 11 University Projects Greenlighted By Capitol Outlay
In all, 18 community colleges and 11 public universities are cleared to see new projects through SB 78

SOAR Fund Injected With $840M Under Supplemental

09/30/22 09:11 AM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
SOAR Fund Injected With $840M Under Supplemental
A $1 billion mid-year supplemental spending bill designed to replenish the Strategic Outreach and Attraction Reserve (SOAR) fund and kickstart other large-dollar economic development projects passed both the House and the Senate Wednesday.

Supremes Won't Hear Tribal Citizen On Tribal Land Case

09/28/22 10:30 AM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
Supremes Won't Hear Tribal Citizen On Tribal Land Case
The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal that could have answered whether the state has jurisdiction to criminally prosecute tribal citizens for crimes committed on tribal land.
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