What does it mean to be a "Trump Republican?" Meshawn Maddock, a co-founder of the "Trump Republicans," shares her definition during today's podcast. Maddock also calls out by name one Republican state Senate candidate as not being a "Trump Republican." She lists several legislative candidates as being endorsed by the group. Why are they not endorsing Bill Schuette for governor as the President has done?
MSU Interim President John Engler testifies before U.S. Senate committee.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley claims his gubernatorial rival Bill Schuette has worked as Attorney General only 104 days full-time over last eight years.
He doesn't know what will happen during the Aug.
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Republican U.S. Senate candidates trade charges and complaints in radio debate as well as press releases. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Shri Thanedar, in a campaign flyer, accuses rival Gretchen Whitmer of being a tool of health insurance executives. Fans and foes of Voters Not Politicians ballot proposal square off in state Supreme Court. Libertarian candidates for Governor snare first-ever appearances on Michigan's leading TV political talk show.
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Justice Richard Bernstein told Attorney General Bill Schuette's representative at today's Michigan Supreme Court (MSC) hearing that the AG's stance against allowing a redistricting reform ballot proposal on the Nov. 6 ballot is "so against the people."
Also, Justices Beth Clement and Kurtis Wilder -- the two GOP-appointed justices facing election this fall -- were silent today during the court's special session to determine the fate of Voters Not Politicians (VNP), which hands the current legislatively drawn redistricting process to an independent commission.
A recent filing in the civil lawsuit between Michigan State University and victims of former sports medicine physician Larry Nassar reveals more details regarding the parties' historic $500 million settlement, including a controversial provision that required the end of legislation inspired by the sexual misconduct scandal.