2:17 PM May 3, 2015
Voters on Tuesday will decide the fate of a constitutional amendment that would raise Michigan's sales tax by 1 percentage point to trigger more money for a deteriorating network of highways, roads and bridges. Here are some questions and answers about the measure:
12:58 PM May 1, 2015
Gov. Rick Snyder and other Proposal 1 supporters have launched a road tour urging voters to approve a tax increase next week that would generate $1.2 billion a year more for roads.
4:22 PM Apr 30, 2015
Teachers upset with Gov. Rick Snyder's plan for Detroit Public Schools
7:50 AM Apr 30, 2015
Michigan's Republican-led House approved its plan Wednesday outlining $15.8 billion in spending for K-12 schools, community colleges and universities.
7:53 AM Apr 29, 2015
The Michigan House on Tuesday approved a $37.9 billion general budget bill that would mostly align with Gov. Rick Snyder's plan but also break with him by discontinuing $50 million in moviemaking incentives and trimming state revenue sharing to Detroit.
1:00 PM Apr 29, 2015
Members of the Michigan Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony Tuesday on whether Michigan needs a law that backers say protects people's religious freedoms and opponents say permits discrimination against gays and others.
12:00 PM Apr 26, 2015
Hundreds of Michigan schools would be required to submit financial data to the state under legislation approved Thursday by the GOP-controlled House, though opponents say the changes would only identify and not fix problems at struggling schools.
6:00 PM Apr 26, 2015
The Associated Press emailed all 148 members of Michigan's Legislature asking them to answer three questions about the May 5 ballot measure that would increase the state's sales tax to trigger more money for roads:
11:01 AM Apr 23, 2015
The Michigan House Appropriations Committee has passed a $37.8 billion general budget bill setting spending for state departments.
4:07 PM Apr 23, 2015
Faith-based agencies could refuse to participate in adoptions involving gay couples or prospective parents on grounds of religious beliefs under bills heard and approved in two hours Wednesday by a Michigan Senate committee.