The $56.8-billion state budget is passed by the Legislature and on its way to Gov. Rick Snyder, but taxpayers need a copy of the latest census — along with some detective work — to figure out everything that's in it.
Michigan government's $56.8 billion budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 rumbled through the House and Senate today with record levels of education and transportation money, but with pointed concerns from Democrats
Gov. Rick Snyder and legislators have $315.4 million more than expected for the current fiscal year that ends Sept.
5 Major Differences Between the House and Senate Budgets:
In anticipation of the annual state budget process, which begins with Gov.
Most people don’t know this, but both branches of the Legislature have nonpartisan fiscal agencies that analyze the economic impact of bills on the Michigan economy.
People who submitted rape testing kits to police in Michigan may soon be able to track its progress with investigators under funding for the program the House approved Tuesday.