House and Senate GOP lawmakers are planning to release their 'Return to Learn' academic plan that will work as a roadmap for school districts preparing for the 2020-21 school year
The state supreme court declined a request from Republicans to bypass the Court of Appeals and hear their suit over the governor's emergency powers.
The Michigan State Senate unanimously confirmed a bill that would mandate police to be trained on implicit bias and de-escalation techniques.
Attorneys representing both the GOP and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in a lawsuit over emergency powers will argue in front of a judge Friday.
A judge will listen in on oral arguments from attorneys in a lawsuit filed by GOP lawmakers against the Michigan governor on Friday.
With tensions continuing to boil, a third protest in Lansing is scheduled as critics of the Michigan Governor's stay-home order planned to demonstrate on the capitol lawn Thursday morning.
Republican Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield is hoping to move past the fight and into a place of progress - but on Friday, a judge will hear oral arguments from the suit filed by House and Senate members claiming that Gov. Whitmer's emergency orders are invalid.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel sent a letter to the Michigan State Capitol Commission saying that the Commission has the legal authority to prohibit guns in the state Capitol, should it choose to do so.
GOP leaders from the Michigan legislature unveiled a lawsuit against the Michigan governor Wednesday.
Michigan Republicans are mounting multiple efforts of litigation aimed at curbing the governor's powers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A power struggle has formed between Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Republican lawmakers over the length and authority of the governor's emergency declaration that she's used to make executive orders
GOP lawmakers have introduced legislation to limit the Michigan Governor's executive powers
The state legislature is planning to meet in the capital today to vote on extending the governor's state of emergency. However, GOP lawmakers and Gretchen Whitmer are at odds over how long that extension should be.
A total of $125 million in emergency funding was approved by the Michigan Legislature for COVID-19 response.
FOX 2 sat down with Gov. Whitmer and Lt. Gov. Gilchrest to discuss several topics of the day, including who they will be voting for president, their thoughts on the country's response to coronavirus and how they feel about State Sen. Lucido's reprimand.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is staying proactive on the coronavirus threat as she opened the state emergency center last week and appointed four new task forces this week to address the economic, educational and health implications of this disease if it hits here.
It was the perfect political trifecta for Biden as Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and now Mike Bloomberg have endorsed him meaning all the votes that when to them, most will likely end up in the Biden column next week in Michigan.
"When she started out, I was very optimistic when she said we don't want Lansing to become like Washington is, and that was really encouraging," said Andrea Schroeder (R-Independence Township). "And then in the next breath she blamed everything on the Republicans."
The Democrat unveiled the bonding plan during her second annual State of the State speech to lawmakers. It will enable the state Department of Transportation to do about twice as much construction on I-, U.S.- and M-numbered routes as it can now, she said. The funds would not be used to repair local roads.
Lawmakers continued conversations regarding the toxic site adjacent to Interstate 696 in Madison Heights.