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Michigan Works To Thwart Barrage Of Cyberattacks

ALISHA GREEN, Associated Press

LANSING (AP) — Michigan is aiming to invest in cyber security and position itself as a national leader in the field as attacks on governments increase. 608 more words


Michigan Department of Human Services employees protest layoffs

DETROIT February 26, 2015– Gov. Rick Snyder’s 2016 budget slashes almost $24 million from the Department of Human Services’ (DHS) budget, which means overworked state employees are about to be pinched even more. 342 more words


Fall 2015 Internship with Governor Rick Snyder

Applications are due by April 17, 2015Potential candidates will be contacted by May 1, 2015,with information on how to proceed to the next step in the application process. 109 more words


Michigan labor board rules against Taylor teachers union

TAYLOR February 17, 2015– Shortly before “right-to-work” took effect in Michigan in 2013, the Taylor public school district and the Taylor Federation of Teachers agreed to a 10-year collective bargaining agreement. 576 more words


Gov. Snyder Announces Plan For Budget Cuts, Education Funding

LANSING (WWJ/AP) – Gov. Rick Snyder says Michigan’s current budget shortfall will be met by more than $102 million in spending cuts across state departments. 783 more words


Snyder To Ask Legislature For Boost In University Spending

LANSING (AP) - Gov. Rick Snyder plans to ask the Legislature to approve a $28 million increase in state spending for university operations.

The 2 percent bump is part of a spending plan to be unveiled Wednesday. 109 more words


Gov. Snyder Pardons 11 For Crimes; Many Are Decades-Old

By Ed White, Associated Press

DETROIT (AP) - John Zubkoff walked to the road to get his mail and ripped open an envelope on the spot. 456 more words