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Updates from the Capitol

Oct 31-Nov 11, 2022

  • Democrats Take Majority in the State Legislature; Proposals Pass with Record Turnout
  • Senate and House Fiscal Agencies Report Higher Revenue Collections in 2021-2022
  • State Announces New EMS Protocols
  • Open Enrollment Begins in Michigan
  • U.S. Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge in Redistricting Case
  • Wayne County Judge Dismisses Claims of Election Violations

Oct 17-28, 2022

  • General Election Less Than Two Weeks Away
  • FDA Authorizes Bivalent Booster for Children
  • MDHHS Updates Blood Lead Reference Value Data
  • Jury Convicts Whitmer Kidnap Plotters
  • MI Unemployment Remains Stable Compared to National Rates
  • Fiscal Agencies Issue September Revenue Reports

Oct 3-14, 2022

  • Governor Signs Economic Development, School Aid Appropriations Bills
  • MDHHS Begins Test to Treat Program
  • Michigan Attorney General Joins Coalition to Support ACA
  • MDHHS Promotes New Crisis Hotline
  • Michigan Takes Action to Lower Insulin Cost
  • Capitol Christmas Tree Selected

Sep 19-30, 2022

  • Albert Resigns as Appropriations Chair, Elections Deal Struck
  • Whitmer Appoints Members to School Safety and Mental Health Commission
  • Pharmacists in Michigan Now Able to Prescribe Birth Control
  • Whitmer Creates Center for Data and Analytics

Sep 5-16, 2022

  • Board of Canvassers Certify Voting and Abortion Ballot Measures
  • Court of Claims Rules 1931 Abortion Law is Unconstitutional
  • Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice McCormack Announces Retirement
  • Governor Signs Inflation Reduction Act Directive
  • Muskegon Prosecutor to Lead Election Fraud Investigation
  • House Fiscal Agency Issues August Revenue Report