July 9, 2019

Believe it or not, more than half of 2019 is already in the history books. What’s more, the past six months have been anything but ho-hum. The agreement to revamp Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system was a major development that few would have bet on happening beforehand. So, crossing that off the list of entrants, what “other” unexpected occurrence stands out as th...

June 3, 2019

Editors' Note: MIRS asked a panel of political pundits four questions about the no-fault auto insurance reform bill,  John James, Attorney General Dana Nessel's stance on Line 5 and repealing "Pension Tax".

April 2, 2019

Editors' Note: MIRS asks a panel of political pundits to comment on Dana Nessel's Enbridge opinion, along with three other questions. 

Michigan Attorney General Dana NESSEL has issued an official opinion blocking Enbridge, a Canadian-based energy transportation company, from building a utility tunnel beneath the Straits of Mackinac. The tunnel idea was supposed to provide...

February 25, 2019

Editors' Note: MIRS asked a panel of political pundits to opine on four recent situations that might or might not be remembered as "an early sign" of future problems.

Q. New Michigan Republican Party Chair Laura Cox ruffled the feathers of some delegates to this past weekend’s convention when her campaign for the post was considered by some to have been unnecessarily nega...

February 5, 2019

Politicos can talk all they want about the 2018 elections with references to pink or blue waves, but in Michigan's two big Congressional district "turnover" races -- the 8th and 11th - the winning Democrats, new U.S. Rep. Elissa SLOTIN (D-Holly), and new U.S. Rep. Haley STEVENS (D-Birmingham), appear to have won the old-fashioned way -- with lots and lots of money....

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