Former Florida governor and possible 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush campaigned for GOP candidates across Michigan on Monday.
Gov. Rick Snyder is applauding President Obama for approving financial assistance for people affected by massive flooding in and around Detroit.
Snyder says the August floods caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. He says the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) can now work with individual victims to determine how much money is available to them. Read more
Gov. Rick Snyder is staying silent on the latest scandal related to the state’s prison food service contract. That’s while the matter is under investigation.
Gov. Rick Snyder spent an hour fielding questions from Michiganders on Friday. The questions spanned a broad range of topics, including education, the economy, the environment, and social issues.
Opponents of wolf hunting in Michigan are waging their fight on multiple fronts.
Governor Rick Snyder has signed the legislation that authorizes the state’s $195 million contribution to the Detroit bankruptcy settlement. The governor says the settlement is a good deal for taxpayers because it sets the stage for the city’s comeback.
Governor Rick Snyder says he wants the Legislature to add protections for lesbians, gays, and transgender people to the state’s civil rights law.
Governor Rick Snyder says he thinks there’s progress in negotiations with the Legislature to put 350 million dollars of state money toward Detroit’s bankruptcy settlement. Detroit’s emergency manager just spent two days in Lansing in an effort to build support for the deal.
Governor Rick Snyder says Michigan needs to do more to attract seasonal migrant laborers to work on farms this spring and summer.