A discussion between two political experts held at Grand Valley State University was livestreamed to a crowd of around 40 attendees at the Ford School of Public Policy Tuesday night. The event, titled “Character and Presidency,” featured David Brooks, a New York Times columnist, and Ronald C.
Vice President Mike Pence pitched his party's tax reform plan as "the largest tax cut in American history" to about 300 Michigan residents and business owners at an American Axle and Manufacturing facility in Auburn Hills Thursday afternoon.
Hillary Clinton, former Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State, will take her book tour to the University of Michigan’s Hill Auditorium Oct. 24 –– and a multitude of opinions, fans and critics await her.
With a new initiative headed by Michigan first lady Sue Snyder, sexual assault on college campuses is set to face spirited bipartisan activism, as discussed at the third annual sexual assault prevention
Recreational marijuana is now closer than ever to becoming permitted by law in Michigan. A ballot petition being circulated by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol is "well past" 250,000 signatures, according to the group's spokesman Josh Hovey.
Gov. Rick Snyder signed a campaign finance bill Wednesday, extending the ruling of Citizens United v. FEC to the state of Michigan. This allows state representatives and candidates to collect campaign money through super PACs, which then permit them to collect unlimited amounts of money.