McCall Hamilton Advocacy and Public Affairs

Updates from the Capitol

May 28-Jun 10, 2024

  • Michigan Sees Decline in Unemployment Rates Across 15 out of 17 Regions
  • Pending Supreme Court Ruling on MI Minimum Wage Law Could Have Significant Impacts
  • MEDICAID COVERAGE CONTINUES TO CLIMB: MORE THAN 1.6M RENEWALS
  • Secretary Benson and Business Leaders Unite on Election Security
  • Governor Unveils Housing and Energy Initiatives for Michiganders

Apr 30-May 10, 2024

  • MDHHS Allocates $1.3M from Opioid Settlement for Infants Exposed to Dangerous Substances
  • Charges Filed Against Adams Township Clerk and Attorney for Alleged Voter Data Breach
  • 2024 Mackinac Policy Conference to Feature U.S. Senate Debate and Key Political Speakers
  • Potential Federal Reclassification of Marijuana: Implications for Research and Medicine

Apr 16-29, 2024

  • Michigan House & Senate DHHS Subcommittee Budget Recommendations
  • New House Members Xiong, Herzberg Sworn In
  • Michigan House Primaries Heat Up: Incumbents Face Challenges, Former Lawmakers Vie for Comeback
  • Medicaid Renewals Surpass 1.5 Million
  • Governor Signs New CPR & AED Requirements for High Schools During NFL Draft
  • Audit Initiated in Response to Concerns Surrounding Youth Psychiatric Center

Apr 1-15, 2024

  • Michigan House Control Hangs in the Balance: Special Elections Could Tip the Scale
  • Medicaid Health Plan Rebid: Changes in the Coverage Landscape
  • Senate Introduces "Momnibus" Legislation to Address Birthing Inequities
  • Proposed Timeline Set for Redrawing Detroit's State Senate Districts
  • New Board and Commission Appointments by Governor