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Nesbitt, Wendzel Say EGLE Is Turning Blueberry Season Sour
Friday, April 19, 2024

A lag in permits for farmers could put a damper on blueberry season this year, two legislative Republicans said this week. .

DOE Announces $1.5B Holtec Loan to Restart Palisades
Wednesday, March 27, 2024

Holtec International's effort to restart the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant was given a huge boost Wednesday with the U.S. Department of Energy's announcement it was offering a $1.52 billion conditional loan for the project.

50 GOP Lawmakers Endorse Trump
Wednesday, February 14, 2024

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.

Republicans Pan Whitmer Speech As Talking Points, PR
Wednesday, January 24, 2024

Republicans came away Wednesday evening unimpressed with the governor's State of the State address, calling her proposals unserious, unsustainable and little more than talking points at a time when Michigan ought to be focusing on long-term growth for businesses and families.

Policy Conference: Prosperity and Pop. Growth Can't Fall Victim To Politics
Thursday, January 11, 2024

DETROIT – Michigan must act to reverse the trend of its declining population or the state will only fall further behind, speakers at the Detroit Policy Conference said on Thursday.

Education Leads Population Report, But No Clear Funding Suggested
Thursday, December 14, 2023

After six months of work, Governor Gretchen Whitmer's population task force voted to send its report with recommendations on how to reverse 40 years of dwindling population growth to the executive office.

In Dramatic Vote, House OKs Financial Disclosure Bills
Wednesday, November 8, 2023

During a late-night session Wednesday, the House managed to muster up the votes to pass financial disclosure requirements with the help of some Republicans as several Democrats voted no. The passage of the bills left a bipartisan group of lawmakers unhappy.

Surrogacy Bills Clear House Committee
Wednesday, November 1, 2023

Legislation that would allow contractual surrogacy relationships was reported Wednesday by the House Judiciary Committee with supporters detailing lengthy court processes to gain parenting rights to their children and opponents expressing concerns about the financials involved in agreements.

House Energy Package Advanced To Floor; No Date Set For Vote
Wednesday, October 18, 2023

Legislation giving the Public Service Commission siting authority over large clean energy projects took its first big step forward Wednesday despite a barrage of criticism from local officials that the bills undermine local control.

Lines Drawn In Debate Over Green Energy Siting Authority
Wednesday, October 11, 2023

The debate over siting authority for large-scale solar and wind energy projects began in the House on Wednesday with a committee hearing for the newly introduced Clean Energy and Jobs Act.

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