City hall, county government and the state legislature
WASHINGTON — Education secretary pick Betsy DeVos said yesterday that American parents must be able to send their children to high-quality schools, including charter, magnet and religious schools, if public schools are failing. Read More
LANSING — Governor Rick Snyder touted yesterday Michigan's Medicaid expansion and called for addressing aging infrastructure over the next several decades, citing the Flint water crisis that has roiled his administration and a football field-sized sinkhole that formed recently in suburban Detroit. Read More
Miller Canfield lawyer says Trump administration may reverse employee-centric legislation of the past eight years.
Labor laws. Pro-employee versus pro-business regulations. Immigration. LGBT rights. Marijuana legislation: These are some of the major legislative issues in play as the country transitions into a new presidential administration. Read More
The Grand Rapids Parks & Recreation department will host two back-to-back meetings on Jan. 12 to present its new 2017-2021 Strategic Master Plan. Read More
As the calendar year changes, there are a few important tax return due date changes that should be on your radar, and we want to remind you of a few fringe-benefit reporting requirements. Read More