With July quickly approaching, special interest groups will likely be rolling out their endorsements of candidates for the Michigan House of Representatives on an almost daily basis between now and the Aug. 7 primary. Last week, Right to Life of Michigan posted its endorsements for candidates for U.S. Senate down to county commissions. On Monday, … Continue Reading →
Detroit News political reporters ferret out what's really going on in Lansing and Washington D.C.
House Republicans have scheduled a vote Wednesday on two bills that would lower the state’s income tax by one-tenth of a percentage point and increase the personal exemption on Oct. 1. The proposed tax cut from 4.35 percent to 4.25 percent was scheduled to go into effect Jan. 1, but Republicans want to speed up … Continue Reading →