Members of the Michigan Firearm Safety and Violence Prevention (MFSVP) Caucus attended an event this week convened by the newly formed White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention and Intergovernmental Affairs as part of its Safer States Initiative.
As the cost of gas continues to be a leading concern nationwide, Michigan residents can find relief in prices holding steady for now.
Former President Donald Trump is not disqualified by a section of the U.S. Constitution and can remain on Michigan’s 2024 GOP primary ballot.
Republican Party leaders who served in 2020 offered their accounts in court Thursday of what they knew prior to 16 individuals signing and submitting false electoral votes for former President Donald Trump, who lost the presidential election that year.
Beginning Feb. 13, more than 700,000 Michigan families will receive tax rebate checks averaging approximately $550.
Legislation to establish a dental oral assessment program, protect seniors from financial abuse, and safeguard dogs and cats used in testing facilities, were among a flurry of bills signed Wednesday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Wednesday it will hear oral arguments and decide whether broad access to the abortion pill can remain legal across the United States.
One of the nation’s largest labor unions has become the latest organization to demand a ceasefire in Gaza as Israel’s war with Hamas plays out.
Bills expanding the amount of time victims would have to sue their perpetrators and eliminate the statute of limitations for more criminal sexual conduct offenses were not put up for a vote last week during a marathon House session, even though they were on the agenda.
The United States added 150,000 new jobs in October, according to the monthly report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.