An environmental group has created an easy way to keep track of Gov. Rick Snyder’s moves.
The score so far: Two positive actions and two neutral actions.
The positive ones, according to the group, are going to court to block construction of a coal-fired plan in Holland and naming former Sen. Patty Birkholz as director of the Michigan Office of the Great Lakes.
“Given all the promises and high expectations that Gov. Snyder created around his commitment to Michigan’s lakes and environment, we felt it only appropriate to provide Michigan voters with a chance to regularly check up on how he is following through,” Lisa Wozniak, the group’s executive director, said in a press release.
Michigan League of Conservation Voters is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that sets priorities for lawmakers, according to the release.