City hall, county government and the state legislature
Two northern Michigan townships have won a key ruling from the Michigan Supreme Court in a dispute over valuable land for a commercial project. Read More
Governor Rick Snyder has signed a $56.5-billion budget that will spend more on at-risk students and Flint's water crisis, concluding a bumpier-than-usual process with the GOP-led Legislature that ended with a spending blueprint well before the fiscal year starts in October. Read More
Proposed Cyber Training Act would certify SBDC employees nationwide to help small businesses fight online threats.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) A proposed law would make cyber strategy certification the norm among a percentage of Small Business Development Center employees. Read More
Qualified companies that create hundreds or thousands of Michigan jobs will receive tax incentives under bills approved by lawmakers, six years after Gov. Rick Snyder and fellow Republicans replaced such breaks with a scaled-back economic development program. Read More
LANSING — The superintendent of Michigan schools doesn't have authority to cut off tax dollars to districts with Native American mascots. Read More