House Speaker Joe Tate said on Friday young people and voters at large value President Joe Biden's "institutional knowledge and wisdom," and that he doesn't think the president's age presents a public relations problem for Democrats.
Senate Minority Leader Aric Nesbitt and House Minority Leader Matt Hall announced Tuesday they are backing former U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra as Michigan Republican Party chair while the ongoing leadership battle nears its end in court.
School safety is not a political football, Rep. Kelly Breen (D-Novi) said Wednesday.
Two-thirds of the Michigan Senate Republican caucus earlier this month endorsed former President Donald Trump in his bid for returning to the White House.
The defunct Good Jobs for Michigan program would be revamped as HIRE Michigan under legislation taken up by the House Economic and Small Business Development Committee on Tuesday.
The House again failed to provide sufficient votes to pass legislation put on the board. This time, for legislation that would change dormancy periods for certain kinds of unclaimed property owned by active-duty members of the armed forces and reserves.
Minority Leader Matt Hall (R-Richland) sent a letter again this week outlining which bills the House Republican Caucus is willing to support.
Lawmakers condemned Rep. Josh Schriver (R-Oxford) after he made a social media post espousing the white nationalist "great replacement" conspiracy theory, with the first Black speaker in the state's history calling it "blatantly racist."
The governor's Department of Transportation Budget recommendation includes $400 million increase for state and local roads and bridges, but that got muted reactions.