City hall, county government and the state legislature
Upgrades near Muskegon should increase walleye fingerling production by 300,000, save 108 hours of yearly labor costs.
Upgrades funded by Consumers Energy will help the Muskegon River Walleye Pond produce 300,000 more walleye yearly for anglers and reduce expenses to operate the Michigan Department of Natural Resources facility. Read More
Lakeshore Advantage is putting into practice lessons learned from TPM Academy.
Going back to “school” has been beneficial for Lakeshore Advantage. Read More
LANSING — The Michigan Civil Rights Commission is not bound by a 2018 state opinion that says LGBT people have no protection under an anti-discrimination law, Attorney General Dana Nessel's office said, citing the U.S. Supreme Court's pending consideration of whether sex-based discrimination covers sexual orientation and gender identity. Read More
Michigan’s MiABLE was created in 2016 to help people with disabilities save for expenses.
A coalition of disability rights groups in West Michigan is joining forces as part of a marketing campaign for a state savings program. Read More
Pending U.S. legislation and state actions may require employers to strengthen fair pay policies.
A bill amending the federal Equal Pay Act of 1963 to hold employers accountable for the pay gap is causing a stir and coinciding with a flood of parallel initiatives by state governments, including Michigan’s. Read More
Utility company modified settlement after receiving recommendation from Administrative Law Judge Sharon Feldman.
The Michigan Public Service Commission approved Consumers Energy’s integrated resource plan, the first strategic, forward-looking IRP to be acted upon by the MPSC under the state’s energy laws passed in 2016. Read More
A group representing mayors in the Great Lakes region wants to fortify an Illinois waterway to prevent Asian carp from invading Lake Michigan. Read More