(MPRN-Mackinac Island) Governor Rick Snyder spoke out against a toxic political culture that he says it’s getting in the way of practical problem-solving. The governor was speaking to a gathering of business and political leaders at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual policy conference on Mackinac Island.
(MPRN-Makcinac Island) Coming up with more money for roads was a big topic of discussion this week on an island with no cars. The key issue at the Detroit Regional Chamber conference on Mackinac Island – can the Legislature finally come up with more than a $1 billion dollars in new revenue for transportation.
Report from the Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta
Governor Rick Snyder (R) tells a business conference on Mackinac Island that training and getting people interested in skilled trades is his top economic development priority. Thousands of employers – including some of the state’s largest – attend the annual Detroit Regional Chamber event.
LANSING, MI — Michigan's top business and political leaders will gather this week on idyllic Mackinac Island, where an unusual focus on race relations could rock the proverbial boat at a typically tranquil policy conference. (MLive)