"If they already performed the audits and they already know the results and everything was secure and like it says, was the safest and most secure election in history, if there is somebody reviewing that work, wouldn't they come to the same result?" asked Rep. Ryan Berman (R-District 39).
"I will not be voting yes today. I will be voting hell yes," said State Rep. Jack O'Malley (R-Lake Ann).
The Farmington Hills man who has sued Detroit police after being wrongfully identified by the department's facial recognition technology in a shoplifting investigation is testifying in front of a congressional subcommittee Tuesday.
A federal judge is considering financial penalties and sanctions against attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood for pursuing what some have labeled as "frivolous claims"
Lawmakers in the GOP-led state House received heavy pushback from election clerks and voting-rights advocates about plans to add an ID component to absentee ballots and signature verification at polling places.
On Thursday, a spokeswoman for Dana Nessel said the department had accepted a request from GOP state Sen. Ed McBroom to investigate those making money off of baseless election allegations.
The state's newest budget essentially closes a funding gap for schools, adding an extra $589 per student for most districts. The House approved the measure by a 105-3 vote.
The state reduced auto insurance rates by 45% in cases of catastrophic injuries in a crash. But that means rehab facilities and in-home care providers will feel the squeeze and less money coming in.
An appellate court in New York has suspended Rudy Giuliani's license to practice law for making "demonstrably false" statements about the 2020 presidential election on behalf of Donald Trump, his client.
The president accused the Republican Chair of the Oversight Committee and the Senate Majority leader of trying to "hide the truth" about the election. The Republican-led investigation found no evidence of fraud.
Any further investigation of theories alleging fraud, including those that looking at Antrim County would be "a complete waste of time" read the report, which found no evidence of fraud.
A co-founder of the Michigan Conservative Coalition who falsely claims Donald Trump won the 2020 election wants an audit of the Michigan results similar to the one underway in Arizona.
Under federal law, schools with higher numbers of poor students will receive a larger share of the extra money. Another $2.2 billion was approved for rent and local governments.
The state Senate also recommended $1.5 billion to replace 400 locally-owned bridges - five times as much as what the Michigan governor recommended before cash flowed into the state.
Michigan is among just two states where lawmakers do not have to file disclosure reports, which can reveal conflicts of interest.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pocket vetoed the bill last year for an unclear reason, enraging supporters of the legislation.
US Rep. Debbie Dingell underwent emergency surgery for a perforated ulcer Friday night, according to published reports.
The proposed cuts would reallocate almost $40 million away from the University of Michigan and $8.2 million away from Wayne State. But funding would rise for seven other schools like Central, Eastern, and Grand Valley.
Current loopholes in Michigan's gun laws make it so online and private transactions aren't subjected to background checks. Despite polls showing eight in 10 Americans supporting such measures, the bill is likely to die in the Republican-led Legislature.
Critics argued the bill introduced by Rep. Matt Maddock violates First Amendment protections for journalists. The bill would fine fact checkers $1,000 every day they don't register.