The issue: MDOT changes M-22 signs to deter theft
We’ve seen way too many pictures of people risking their lives by venturing out on Lake Michigan piers during stormy weather, and just can’t understand their foolish behavior.
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and three-fourths of their fellow Americans say prescription drugs cost too much.
A potential developer withdrawing from negotiations is a setback; however, remediation efforts continue as planned at four sites of former General Motors plants in the Lansing area.
In March, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette was in Port Huron reading to elementary school children for March is Reading Month.
The following editorial was published by The Holland Sentinel on Aug. 20:
The state took four months to complete our request for information.
Despite huge gains in fuel efficiency, automakers need relief from future stringent standards.
The writing is on the wall for Michigan's energy future and the picture isn't pretty for consumers whose paychecks will shoulder bigger utility burdens.
￼The following editorial was published in the Battle Creek Enquirer on Aug. 14:
The anemic turnout in (the Aug. 2) primary election is a reminder that Michigan maintains some of the country's most restrictive voting laws.
Michigan's top education officials are still ironing out a policy that would direct public schools in how to accommodate gay and transgender students. The discussion has been a hot topic since early this year, here and elsewhere.
Gov. Rick Snyder has made shoring up public employee pension plans a top priority of his administration. But he's getting little thanks from the workers whose retirement benefits are on the line.
The following editorial appeared in the Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) on Aug. 3:
Michigan State University will go tobacco free Aug. 15, following a trend of bans already in place at 1,500 college campuses across the nation.