A battle is brewing at the Michigan Capitol over Airbnb and other short-term rental properties, pitting the rights of owners against local restrictions inspired by neighbors’ nuisance complaints.
Michigan's economy has more to lose than that of any other state from President Donald Trump's reopening of NAFTA, the free-trade agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico, a credit rating agency's report said today.
The first batch of Tesla Model 3 sedans are beginning to hit the streets, but the Michigan market remains stuck in neutral as the California automaker fights state regulations prohibiting it from selling directly to consumers here.
House and Senate Democrats unveiled a jobs plan today that would give steep preferences to Michigan-based businesses seeking state contracts.
Michigan is at “real risk” of missing out on a major development deal if the state House does not approve tax incentive proposal by summer break, Gov. Rick Snyder said Friday.
Six years after Michigan legislators voted to scrap a controversial business incentive program that still strains state budgets, Republicans and Democrats alike are considering a smaller-scale tax incentive plan to encourage big companies to relocate or grow here.
While Swiss-based food giant Nestlé's northern Michigan bottled water operations have raised public ire with its request to greatly expand the amount of groundwater it pumps, it's far from alone in using Michigan waters to make its profits flow.
As lawmakers consider posting state workers' names and salaries online, some have pushed for contract employees' pay to also be disclosed.
That would send the administration scrambling to collect a lot of data that currently does not exist.