Some low-income households will see a loss of more than $500 in monthly benefits beginning March 1.
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Michigan State students demand tougher security at emotional town hall
At a town hall meeting on campus Tuesday night, Michigan State students had their first public opportunity to directly address university leaders about the deadly mass shooting Feb. 13. They pushed for restricted access to buildings and more flexibility from professors.
Michigan Democrats move to tighten gun rules after MSU shootings
Universal background checks, safe storage and red flag laws are introduced, following Monday’s mass shooting in East Lansing.
Ex-prosecutor defends gun plea deal in Michigan State shooter case
Former prosecutor says plea bargains are common practice adding, ‘Most people charged with carrying a weapon don’t go on to commit murder.’
MSU shooting: Anthony McRae had guns charge, mental health problems
The alleged gunman faced a felony gun charge that could have led to a lifetime ban on possessing a firearm if he was convicted. He was allowed to plead to a misdemeanor.
MSU shooting: Anthony McRae had guns charge, run-ins with police
The alleged gunman is a 43-year-old who was charged with a felony in 2019 for gun possession. He had several run-ins with police over the years for traffic offenses and driving on a suspended or revoked license.
Michigan State shooting update: Conditions improving for two students injured in attack
Two of three students killed Monday on Michigan State University campus were from metro Detroit, according to the college’s Department of Police and Public Safety.
Michigan tax cut: Deal could emerge next week. It’s messy. What to know
A tax cut to benefit 1 million residents likely will be ironed out soon. Here’s what you need to know about who benefits and why some lawmakers are upset.
Business group to state Legislature: Extend tax cuts to more seniors
Former Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, who leads the Small Business Association of Michigan, urged state lawmakers to expand income tax exemptions to both working and retired seniors in Michigan
Gretchen Whitmer State of the State: Tax cuts, gun reform, expand pre-K
The Democratic governor returns to the state Capitol for her annual address. She spoke for less than an hour. Here’s what to know, what obstacles loom and what potential programs cost.