Governor-elect Rick Snyder spent nearly $11 million in his bid to win the primary and general gubernatorial elections, according to campaign finance reports filed Thursday with the Secretary of State.
Both the state House and Senate worked late into the night Thursday, but likely will not meet again this month to vote on legislation. Because of this, several bills pertinent to MSU and East Lansing will not be passed.
Getting caught while parking in a restricted lot for five minutes to turn in a paper could become a more costly infraction if a bill passed by the state House of Representatives on Thursday is signed into law.
In unspoken recognition of World AIDS Day, the state Senate unanimously passed legislation Wednesday aiming to destigmatize HIV testing. The bill would amend the Public Health Code to modify the HIV pre-test information given to patients
Local tattoo parlors will face higher licensing fees and stricter health and safety inspections if a bill passed by the state House of Representatives on Tuesday becomes law.