Here’s a look back at some of the most significant laws passed in 2023 by Michigan's Democratic majority.
Thousands in Michigan would lose health insurance if Obamacare were to be repealed.
Michael and William Null surveilled Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s vacation property in 2020.
The governor’s office said the new laws are a preemptive measure to keep affordable health care accessible in Michigan.
The $20 million campaign seeks to draw people to the state following years of population stagnation.
Workers are demanding better wages, better benefits, and protections in an industry shifting toward electric vehicle production.
‘I’VE GOT A SHOTGUN RIFLE AND I JUST PUT A BULLET IN IT WITH YOUR NAME ON IT!’ Hall, who now opposes gun safety laws, wrote in an email to another college student at the time.
Nine men were convicted on charges connected with the plot, and now five have been cleared.
Teacher shortages are a problem everywhere, but Michigan has introduced several initiatives to address them.
The ads are part of an economic development effort in Michigan that seeks to attract people and businesses to the state.