Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to start signing bills Monday as part of a package to boost state road funding. The legislation is contingent on a May ballot question that would raise Michigan’s sales tax from six percent to seven percent. Continue reading →
Former Rep. Mark Schauer (D) and Gov. Rick Snyder (R)
Gov. Rick Snyder and former Congressman Mark Schauer argued about budgets, education spending, and taxes Sunday night, during their only planned faceoff before the November election. Continue reading →
The state of Michigan is close to wrapping up a plan to make programs more easily available to people with disabilities.
The state recently completed an audit of how its agencies are complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Gov. Rick Snyder discussed the project at a recent conference on employment and people with disabilities. Continue reading →
Governor Rick Snyder has moved lawsuits challenging some of his administration’s most-controversial policies to a new panel of judges on the state Court of Appeals. The governor has signed a bill that shakes up the court that hears big lawsuits against the state. Continue reading →
Gov. Rick Snyder will take the stand this afternoon as part of a hearing on Detroit’s bankruptcy filing. Attorneys for city employee unions intend to question the governor about the decision to allow the bankruptcy
Snyder was also questioned earlier this month as part of a deposition. The governor agreed to waive his executive privilege to testify. Continue reading →