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No, pot money still won’t fill Michigan’s potholes — not even...

Last year, one of the most popular rejoinders to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s proposed 45-cent gas tax increase to fix the roads was just use...

GM announces $2.2B for electric vehicles at Detroit-Hamtramck plant 

General Motors plans to invest $2.2 billion at its Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant to produce battery electric trucks and other electric vehicles, making it the...

Trump set to talk USMCA in Macomb County this week

President Donald Trump is scheduled to hold an event Thursday at an auto supplier in Warren, where he'll talk about the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement...

Rick Haglund: Tesla settlement means more changes for Michigan’s auto industry

The settlement of a long-running lawsuit between Tesla and the state of Michigan this week cleverly allows the California-based automaker to sell vehicles directly...

College athlete pay bills clear Michigan House panel

Collegiate athletes in Michigan could be compensated for the use of their name, image and likeness under new legislation that passed out of a...

Voters could decide government transparency initiative that includes sweeping lobbying restrictions

Updated, 12:52 p.m., 1/23/19 with comments from Voters Not Politicians A coalition of liberal groups on Thursday filed language with the Board of Canvassers for...

Tesla to start selling vehicles in Michigan under settlement

A fight resulting from a 2014 Michigan law is over, as Tesla will finally be able to sell its vehicles in Michigan through a...

Highest Michigan adult-use pot sales reported last week with $2.6M

Michigan had its highest weekly adult-use marijuana sales total to date last week with $2.59 million, the Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA), which provides state...

Column: For a greener future, we must accept there’s nothing inherently...

Digital technologies are often put forward as a solution to environmental dilemmas. The spread of the internet came with claims of a huge reduction in...

Nessel files challenge to Line 5 tunnel plan’s constitutionality

Updated, 11:31 a.m., 1/18/19 Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is not backing down from her legal argument against oil company Enbridge’s plan to build a...

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