AFP-MI voiced its opposition to a key provision contained in SB 636 that allows $20 million dollars to be taken, mostly from cell phone customers, and handed over to telecommunications companies that specialize in traditional landline service.
The Michigan Business One Stop System, developed in 2007 with the purpose of creating a single point of entry for persons and businesses doing business with state government and streamlining the licensing and permitting process, is in woeful shape...
Two proposals related to Freedom of Information Act filings would bring greater transparency to the state's FOIA law and lower the cost of FOIA, making it more accessible to citizens.
In these videos below, Bankrupting America profiles three different Detroit businesses and their hardworking owners. Listen to the stories of their businesses, the challenges they face every day from a dysfunctional city government, and their thoughts on the Detroit bankruptcy proceedings.
According to Gongwer News Service, voters face 206 local proposals on the November 5 ballot. Most of these proposals would increase taxes.