A group of legislative Republicans filed suit Thursday in federal court challenging the legality of the recent constitutional amendments passed by voters making sweeping changes to state voting laws.
The House took up a light agenda on Tuesday, passing a handful of bills related to insurance, increasing the penalty for blight offenders and a bill that would allow peace officers to enforce off-road vehicle laws.
Lansing lawmakers will step up to the plate next Wednesday to raise money for charity during the first ever legislative softball game.
Cocktails to go are one step closer to being a permanent fixture in Michigan.
Legislation to reduce regulations for electric vehicle charging stations passed the House on Wednesday.
A bill allowing the sale of alcohol at college sporting events cleared the House on Tuesday.
Michigan residents should be able to buy their booze with a digital coupon, the House decided on Thursday.
A bill that would require tenants to be notified if the building they live in has been condemned is "basic, common courtesy," Rep. Amos O'Neal said.
Sen. Sarah Anthony wiped away tears on the House floor as she listened to representatives speak in support of her bill that would prevent discrimination based on natural Black hairstyles.
Bills that would require the Department of Health and Human Services to ensure foster care youth are meeting the graduation requirements of the Michigan Merit Curriculum and have the ability to receive educational records was discussed before a House committee Tuesday.