MIRS Capitol Capsule HeadlinesFrom Mon., May. 20, 2013Login or Subscribe for full article access
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"What you end up doing is turning yourself into somebody who's irrelevant, because all you're doing is saying 'no' and fighting the establishment."
- AT&T President Jim MURRAY, who's interested in running as a Republican for U.S. Senate, on members of his party who don't want to govern.
Bolger Grand Jury Probe Has Cost $28K
"Ingham County taxpayers have paid $28,362.44 to cover the cost of two lawyers working the grand jury investigation into alleged election improprieties involving House Speaker Jase BOLGER (R-Marshall)."
Snyder Ed Reform Proposal Placed Firmly On Shelf
"The School Aid funding report being crafted by attorney Richard McLELLAN will not be publicly released, a casualty of unfortunate timing, politics and a harsh reaction from the school community. "
Murray: GOP Needs To Avoid Primary 'Bloodbath'
"AT&T Michigan President Jim MURRAY had some strong words for his fellow Republicans on the MIRS Monday podcast, arguing that governing is more important than voting "no." "
Obama Official Eyed For AG
"When everyone in town talks about a Democratic candidate for Attorney General, the name you hear most often is that of Senate Minority Leader Gretchen WHITMER or, perhaps, Mark TOTTEN (See "Totten Leads Anti-Schuette Campaign," 2/22-23/13). "
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