6:01 PM Feb 21, 2014
House Republicans on Thursday pitched a revised overhaul of Michigan's auto insurance system that would cut premiums and curtail unlimited medical benefits for people catastrophically injured in crashes.
4:00 PM Feb 20, 2014
Organizers of a drive to gradually raise Michigan's minimum wage from $7.40 to $10.10 an hour by 2017 and automatically increase it with inflation in future years got the green light Wednesday to collect signatures.
4:00 PM Feb 19, 2014
Michigan would spend $100 million more this year to repair potholes and help local governments recoup snowplowing and salting costs that have piled up amid near-record snowfall under spending legislation approaching an initial vote in the Legislature.
1:01 PM Feb 18, 2014
Supporters of boosting the hourly minimum wage in Michigan want to put a bigger proposed increase before voters than previously announced, organizers of the effort said Monday.
10:05 AM Feb 15, 2014
Michigan lawmakers moved ahead Wednesday with another tax-cut proposal, this time to help 360,000 homeowners and renters who lost an income tax credit as part of a Republican-backed business tax cut a few years ago.
2:02 PM Feb 16, 2014
Less garbage from Michigan residents was dumped last fiscal year in state landfills, but trash transported from Canada increased.
7:59 AM Feb 15, 2014
An administrative court that hears appeals about taxes in Michigan has eliminated a backlog of 40,000 cases and launched efforts to make the system more user-friendly, officials said.
9:53 AM Feb 16, 2014
Despite a renewed push, expansion of a state turnaround entity for failing public schools beyond Detroit remains in trouble in the Legislature, where some majority Republicans still have concerns about a top initiative for Gov. Rick Snyder.
8:44 PM Feb 13, 2014
The State Board of Education is encouraging Michigan public school districts that exceed six snow days to replace lost time with full days of instruction.
4:00 PM Feb 13, 2014
About 112,000 Michigan residents chose a private insurance plan under the federal health care law in the first four months of enrollment, outpacing government projections by 12,000.

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