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Paul on Monday is expected to name John Yob national political director of RANDPAC, a political operation that's already establishing ties in early 2016 primary states and helping conservative Republicans get elected to public office.
It's no secret to anyone who lives or works in the city that Detroit has the highest tax rates in... Amid the splendor of the DIA's Rivera Court, U.S. District Chief Judge Gerald Rosen speaks at a news conference on June 9. Gov. Rick Snyder is at right.
The advancing tendrils of a looming storm cloud cooled the sunbaked expanse of Rosa Parks Circle as a stream of Michigan Democrats fired-up a crowd of base supporters gathered for some Sunday politicking.
Chuck Moss, 60, served as the 40th District state representative from 2007-12. In 2010, he served as chairman of the Appropriations Committee.
At first, other states across the nation were brushing us to the side, but now they're starting to talk.
Like the rapist who insists his victim "wanted it," Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr claims city retirees were expressing "strong support for the city's plan to adjust its debts" when they voted to accept a 4.5 percent cut in their meager pensions.
Michigan officials say northern communities, including Gogebic County, dealing with damage caused by last winter's extreme cold aren't eligible for federal support through a presidential disaster declaration.
The Detroit City Council is considering the transfer of 301 city-owned properties to the Michigan Land Bank in exchange for $1.4 million from the Canadian government as part of plans for a $2 billion international commuter bridge.
There are some big stakes in the primary elections less than two weeks away, and fierce fights over congressional and legislative nominations are getting a lot of attention.
Michigan Republican Gov. Rick Snyder has a decided cash advantage over Democratic challenger Mark Schauer in his bid for re-election, but outside groups are expected to continue spending heavily in the run-up to the general election.
Gov. Rick Snyder has traveled far and wide with Michigan's economic development message, and announced today that his trips have resulted in some concrete investments.
The Ford Rouge Center has a stamping press that it bought more than 50 years ago - and it still pays the annual personal property tax on it.
On July 16th, two employees of Republican Governor Rick Snyder's reelection campaign attended a campaign event for Mark Shauer, a Howell High School graduate and Democratic gubernatorial candidate.
The suspect got out of his truck without putting it in park and began banging on the window of a woman's car.
The 3-1 vote against certifying the minimum wage drive means lawmakers' approval in May of smaller increases in the hourly wage likely will remain, though advocates of a bigger raise did not rule out an appeal.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 07:10 am
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