Legislation sponsored by State Rep. Scott VanSingel, which will give property managers more flexibility in determining attorney representation in legal disagreements, was approved by the House last week.
Michigan’s booster seat use rate remains below 50 percent
Conservation district to host tire collection in June
LANSING — Depending on who’s talking, Michigan’s new medical marijuana laws could streamline marijuana operations into a lucrative source of local revenue, or allow for an unnecessary expansion of the medical marijuana industry in the state.
Bill would extend domestic violence
May election voter registration nears
LANSING — Predicting water levels in the Great Lakes isn’t as straightforward as it would seem.
Taxpayers can check state refund status online
LANSING — Even though Michigan has the most private wells in the nation, no state regulations control how often that water should be tested.
Your health is important, and getting covered is a critical step in accessing the care you need. Did you know that enrollment for the Healthy Michigan Plan (HMP) remains open throughout the entire year? If you are a Michigan resident between the ages of 19 and 64, single, with an income of a…