LANSING – The Michigan Supreme Court may have placed a speed bump in front of the state’s newly minted right-to-work law. ..
The unemployment rate for construction workers fell below double digits in June for the first time since 2008 as every segment of the industry added employees, according to an analysis of new government data released July 5 by the Associated General Contractors of America. ..
MIDLAND – A major development in the works will link the home of the city’s minor league baseball team, Dow Diamond, with city’s downtown core. ..
WASHINGTON (PAI) – The AFL-CIO, which saw Democratic President Barack Obama push one top provision of the 2010 health insurance law – a 2018 tax on so-called “Cadillac” health care plans – down its throat, is upset by the latest health care development: 1-year postponement of another key section, the employer mandate. ..
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