Governor Rick Snyder says he’s closer to lifting the “pause” on his efforts to bring more refugees from Syria and the Middle East to Michigan.
Governor Rick Snyder was the first governor in the nation to speak out on refugees following last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut. He may have come to regret it.
A group of immigrant children set for a brief stay in Bay City are expected to arrive later this month. Just in time for a decision by the city commission on whether to welcome them. Continue reading
“Gov. Snyder and Israeli Consul General to the Midwest Roey Gilad met in Dearborn on Monday to sign a memorandum of understanding to do joint industrial research and development.”
The number of refugees who have settled in Michigan has grown in recent years – and Governor Rick Snyder says more should be done to help them.