Michigan Supreme Court declines opinion on wage, sick leave laws Posted: December 19, 2019 06:58 AM From: David Eggert, Associated Press Court divided on ruling on constitutionality of Republicans' lame-duck maneuver Justices say decision should wait until a lawsuit is filed and reaches the court Move that took effect in March 2018 weakened voter-proposed
Gauging the health of Michigan's economy Here is an interesting article on how we should be gauging the health of Michigan's economy: https://www.crainsdetroit.com/other-voices/commentary-heres-how-we-ought-gauge-health-michigans-economy.
Restoring overtime pay to boost middle class wage growth Check out this article on restoring overtime pay to boost middle class wage growth. https://www.crainsdetroit.com/other-voices/commentary-restore-overtime-pay-boost-middle-class-wage-growth
EJAM honored by Corps! Magazine as a Diversity Champion Image includes DeWayne Wells (Executive Director for EJAM) and Chris Polk (Neighborhood Program Manager for DTE) Michigan’s rich diversity and multiculturalism drive creativity and innovation in business. For more than a decade, Corp! has recognized businesses and leaders
Detroit bus service needs to hit minimum standards Check out the following article on how the Detroit bus service needs to hit minimum standards: https://www.crainsdetroit.com/crains-forum/verse-cole-and-smith-detroit-bus-service-needs-hit-minimum-standards
We're on the cover of Time! Here’s some great news from one of our Alliance partners, ROC. We are currently awaiting an answer from The Michigan Supreme Court as it relates to the constitutionality of what happened to the Michigan One Fair Wage Ballot Initiative in Lame Duck Session. This issue has made
Supreme Court: Do what is right for us With over 400,000 signatures supporting the initiatives, citizen groups throughout Michigan had qualified two proposals for the November 6, 2018, ballot. The Michigan One Fair Wage (MOFW) and Michigan Time To Care (MTTC), would have raised Michigan’s minimum wage to $12.00/hour by 2022 and required
Nathan Triplett commentary Below is some commentary from Nathan Triplett, Staff Attorney for the Dem Caucus: The Michigan Supreme Court heard oral argument this morning on the constitutionality of the adopt-and-amend scheme used by legislative Republicans to gut the Michigan One Fair Wage and MI Time to Care initiated laws during the 2018