While often used by private citizens, could government enlist the help of crowdfunding for projects and services? In his latest blog post, MLC lobbyist Tony Des Chenes explored the idea.
Legislation was introduced that would curb a governor’s ability to transfer funds using the State Administrative Board.
Sports Wagering in Michigan would be legal under legislation passed by the House.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive directive reaffirming and extending the state’s commitment to recognize the sovereignty and self-governance of the federally recognized Native American tribes.
Hundreds of thousands of residents would be eligible to have their criminal records expunged under a proposal reported by the House Judiciary Committee.
Installing solar panels on a home or business could no longer increase property taxes under legislation approved by the Senate.
In our weekly “Five Things We’re Reading” feature we shared articles on why likable leaders are more often rated as effective by their employees, how the 2020 census may bridge the digital divide, plus more.
A look at events during the week of November 2- 8, 2019.
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