A nightmare scenario for 2020: A tie that can’t be broken. It’s conceivable. Computer mouse pads with Secure the Vote logos on a vendor’s table at a July 2018 convention of state secretaries of state in Philadelphia. (Mel Evans/AP) By Charles Lane Opinion writer Nov. 5, 2019 Not overly concerned about America’s political stability? Here’s […]
11/1/19 Tense mayoral contest in Flint. Online and sports betting legislation expanding gaming in MI passes state House, but Gov. Whitmer is not on board. John Conyers, longest-serving African-American in history of Congress, dies at age 90. Interview with Heidi Washington, director of the state Dept. of Corrections. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
By Paul Rozycki East Village magazine Oct. 27, 2019 It may have been a chilly, blustery day, with a hint of rain in the air, but those who gathered at Ballenger Park for the “Ballenger Park Celebration” on Saturday Oct. 26, shared warm memories of their time there, and shared that warmth with William S. […]
10/25/19 Reminiscences about former Gov. Milliken, who died last week. Denno Research survey yield some surprising results. MI legislators seem serious about getting a proposal to modify the state’s term limits law on the ballot, but many hurdles stand in their way. Interview with CMU Professor Sterling Johnson on impeachment. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
10/17/19 Spate of state lawmakers convicted of crimes and expelled from Legislature over past four years is an all-time record. Gov. Whitmer and GOP Legislative Leaders Continue to meet on FY 2020 budget. Judge slaps down emergency order banning scented vaping products. Interview with state Senator Curtis Hertel, Jr. (D-E. Lansing). Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.