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HNTB, which was aided by seven other consulting firms, presented the findings during a Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hearing on Wednesday. Tolling would require... [Read More]
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Democratic legislative leaders announced Friday they agreed to the framework of a deal to cut taxes, including giving one-time rebate checks... [Read More]
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Michigan's two largest power utilities reported a roughly 20 percent drop in the number of outages in 2022, attributing the reduction in part to grid... [Read More]
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Every tax filer in Michigan would get a $180 rebate this spring under a plan announced Monday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Democratic legislative leaders.The... [Read More]
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Every individual taxpayer in Michigan would get a $180 tax rebate this spring under a plan announced Monday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Democratic legislative... [Read More]
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Democratic legislative leaders announced Friday they agreed to the framework of a deal to cut taxes, including giving one-time rebate checks... [Read More]
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State regulators on Thursday denied DTE Electric Co.'s request to reconsider recently approved power rates after the utility argued they wrongly forecast residential sales and... [Read More]
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday signed legislation to move Michigan's presidential primary two weeks earlier, to February, in 2024 and beyond. The step came after... [Read More]
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is looking to add $2.3 billion to Michigan's large-scale business incentives fund over 20 months under a plan that would forestall a... [Read More]
Winnie Brinks was working as a nonprofit caseworker and volunteering with the East Grand Rapids parent-teacher organization when she got an unexpected call in 2012. [Read More]
The last time a Democrat led the Michigan Senate, Winnie Brinks was a teenager feeding calves on her family's dairy farm. Now, she's the first... [Read More]
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