January 5, 2013
LANSING — When her son Charlie was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer at age 2, Abigail Waller couldn’t find any pediatric hospice in her community of East Lansing, or elsewhere in mid-Michigan. Read More
LANSING — Because tax incentives for film production recently doubled, Margaret O’Riley, new head of the Michigan Film Office, said efforts to promote films and digital projects in the state will be unceasing. Read More
LANSING — With the state’s manufacturing industry facing a talent crisis, the Michigan Manufacturers Association and the Michigan Community College Association are collaborating to meet the demand for middle-skill workers. Read More
Recent change in law covers up to $50K per year.
LANSING — The state now requires health insurers to provide diagnosis and treatment coverage for people with autism spectrum disorder, and advocacy groups say children with autism have more opportunities to receive treatment. Read More