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Don't Forget Flint, Michigan; a perfect Example of how Republicans Fail to Govern Intelligently

Because of Trump’s failures as our illegitimate president, 2014 seems like ancient history. Every day has become the longest day of the year. What happened in 2014 must not be forgotten. 317 more words

Snyder OKs law to ensure cops' misconduct is known in hiring

How the system keeps some problem cops on the streets. The Detroit Free Press investigated police misconduct in Michigan. Here’s what we found. Detroit Free Press… 305 more words

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Lessenberry: Michigan's financial future is a 'horror tale'

I’m not sure what the best-selling Christmas book was this year, but I know what wasn’t.

Five days before Christmas, the the state Senate Fiscal Agency published a slim little volume, available online for free: Michigan’s Economic Outlook and Budget Review. 689 more words


Michigan Legislature Overrides Snyder's Veto Of Tax Cut

LANSING (WWJ/AP) – For the first time in Gov. Rick Snyder’s tenure, the state Legislature has voted to override one of his vetoes.

The Republican-led Legislature voted Wednesday to support a tax cut for people who trade in their car for a new one. 236 more words


Gubernatorial Candidates Announce Town Halls

Three Republican candidates for Governor will participate in a series of town halls across the state. This morning, the campaigns of Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley, state Senator Patrick Colbeck, and Dr. 156 more words


Ted Cruz Endorses Colbeck for Governor

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has endorsed state Senator Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton) to be Michigan’s next Governor, according to a press release from the Colbeck campaign. 276 more words


Snyder Wants To Keep US Tax Changes From Hiking State Taxes

By DAVID EGGERT, Associated Press

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Gov. Rick Snyder said Thursday that the federal tax bill will cause Michigan residents’ state income taxes to increase, and he is committed to ensuring that taxpayers ultimately do not have to pay more. 514 more words