Government

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has taken action to reform and increase access to institutions of government for minorities and women.

Since her inauguration on Jan. 1, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has taken action to reform and increase access to institutions of government for minorities and women, particularly through the use of executive directives.

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U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., announced Thursday she would be introducing legislation to crack down on drunk drivers in a speech to the House of Representatives.

The Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners celebrated the swearing in District 2 Commissioner Sue Think at the Washtenaw County Administration Building Wednesday evening.

Elected officials and local residents celebrated the swearing in of the new class of county commissioners at the Washtenaw County Administration Building on Tuesday night.

Governor Gretchen Whitmer took the oath of office on the steps of the Capitol in Lansing Tuesday morning

Pledging to build bridges and fix roads, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer took the oath of office on the steps of the Capitol in Lansing Tuesday morning, becoming Michigan’s 49th governor. Whitmer is the second woman to ever hold the post.

State Senate considers a bill targeting public employee unions.

The Michigan state Senate could consider a bill this week that would require public sector unions to hold elections in which members vote every two years on whether or not they want to disband.

Michigan state Senate Republicans voted to scale back minimum wage and paid sick leave laws, S.B. 1171 and 1175 last Wednesday.

Michigan state Senate Republicans voted to scale back minimum wage and paid sick leave laws, S.B. 1171 and 1175 last Wednesday.

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The Bright Line Watch released a study showing that Republicans, Democrats and independents are all more likely to support candidates that respect independent legal investigations.

This month, a team of political scientists known as the Bright Line Watch released a study showing that Republicans, Democrats and independents are all more likely to support candidates that respect independent leg