September 20, 2019

Roundup: Governor Whitmer appears to be left out of budget negotiations

The budget for K-12 schools from the House has been passed with some bi-partisan cooperation. Governor Whitmer is not completely thrilled, but House Democrats were on board. Here to talk about the state budget are Ken Sikkema, a senior policy fellow for Public Sector Consultants and T.J. Bucholz the p...

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 28, 2019

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is upping pressure on Republican lawmakers over road funding, criticizing them for approving a summer recess without first finishing next year’s budget, including a plan to raise billions to fix Michigan’s battered roads.

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".

May 22, 2019

It's a mixed polling bag for President Donald TRUMP in Michigan as 55% don't want Congress to impeach him, but in a re-election bid in 2020, the Vanguard-Denno statewide survey suggests he would lose by 10 points to an unnamed opponent.

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