Gov. Rick Snyder

U.S. Judge Rules Detroit Bankruptcy Case Can Go Forward
It's a highly political move, in which banks are paid off and employees are screwed. Read more...
GOP Appointed Officials Black Out Detroit During Heatwave To “Send Them A Strong Message.” Read more...
Protesters do not back Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's decision to appoint an emergency financial manager in Detroit. Read more...
So even Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is having second thoughts about his state's new concealed carry law after the Newtown massacre - although of course his ALEC masters may try to ram it through at a later date:: One day before the tragedy in Read more...
You mean after all that, they didn't even bother to have their new law checked against existing legislation? Ha, ha! Boy, the Kochs really should be more careful about the quality of the handmaidens they buy: Lansing – Less than 24 hours Read more...

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via ThinkProgress, Gov. Rick Snyder agreed to an interview with APR ("American Public Radio") radio host Jeremy Hobson, who stumped the governor when he was asked to explain... if the intent of his legislation isn't to destroy the unions... just how does "union busting" Read more...
Former U.S. Rep. Mark Schauer talks about his experience with the protestors outside the House chamber, including getting pepper sprayed himself. Read more...
Via Raw Story, President Obama really slammed the union-busting laws rammed through the law duck session in Michigan, calling it a "right to work for less money": President Barack Obama traveled to Michigan on Monday where he said a controversial Read more...
President Barack Obama traveled to Michigan on Monday where he said a controversial anti-union "right to work" law passed by the Republican-controlled state Legislature last week really meant that workers had a "right to work for less Read more...
This is great. Glad to see the president is really going to push back against this before the final vote, and do it in the belly of the Republican beast: WASHINGTON -- When President Barack Obama arrives in Michigan on Monday to sell his Read more...