The sponsor of legislation requiring health insurers to cover mental health or substance abuse issues is reaching across the aisle in the hopes of finding bipartisan support to push the bill through the House.
The Senate Labor Committee approved legislation Thursday permitting local governments to set minimum wage rates and benefit mandates higher than the statewide standard, undoing an 8-year-old Snyder-era preemption nicknamed the "Death Star" law.
Six bills rolling back 30 years of abortion restrictions put on the books by Republican majorities moved through a House committee Wednesday morning, but their future in the full chamber is dubious after one Democrat came out against them and others may as well.
The Attorney General’s Flint water prosecution team appeared to grudgingly accept defeat Wednesday as the Michigan Supreme Court declined to hear appeals challenging the dismissal of criminal charges against seven former state officials.
Corporations have signed on as sponsors to the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference in the past, but 2023 is a bit different with sponsorships coming from local businesses, a conservative PAC and niche products.