Early this week, the public will find out the details of a state House investigation into two Tea Party lawmakers involved in a sex-and-cover-up scandal. 

"LANSING, MI — While construction workers restored the Michigan Capitol this summer, a fight over guaranteed wages on government building projects was taking place on street corners all over the state." (MLive)

"Citizens for Fair Taxes has raised $1.15 million in its campaign to require that businesses ante up $900 million a year to fix Michigan’s bad roads through a huge tax increase, according to its first state disclosure statement." (Detroit News)

"LANSING, MI — Someone using the name "Todd Courser" purchased a cell phone used to send anonymous text messages to Michigan state Rep. Todd Courser and other figures at the center of a political sex scandal, according to records obtained through a private investigator." (MLive)

Melissa Benmark / WKAR

(MPRN-Lansing) State representatives Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat engaged in misconduct and misused taxpayer resources. State House Speaker Kevin Cotter (R-Mt. Pleasant) says those are preliminary findings of a House Business Office investigation into a sex-and-cover-up scandal involving the lawmakers.