Candidates have just a few more days to convince people to show up to the polls next week and vote for them. That means campaigns are beginning their final push. Read more
On Election Day, eleven Michigan cities will consider legalizing small amounts of marijuana. That’s the largest number of municipalities to consider the question in a single election in Michigan. Read more
Gov. Rick Snyder is asking state departments to hire more people who have disabilities.
Groups advocating for the elderly are organizing an effort to lobby Michigan lawmakers for new protections for caregivers.
Michiganders age 50 and over are expected to represent well over half of the voters that show up to the polls on November Fourth. That’s pretty typical of a non-presidential election, but seniors and retirees are playing an especially important role in this year’s election.
Tesla Motors, Inc. and other auto manufacturers will not be allowed to sell their vehicles directly to customers in Michigan. That’s under a new law signed by Governor Rick Snyder on Tuesday.
A new report says Michigan lacks enough autism specialists to handle the number of children being diagnosed and treated with the disorder.
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson and Gov. Rick Snyder both say the state should allow every voter who does not want to wait until Election Day to cast an absentee ballot. So does Johnson’s Democratic opponent in the November election.