Rick Snyder

Snyder's administration was blamed for the Flint water crisis, but the Kennedy School honored him with a teaching position.
Harvard is facing fury for handing a fellowship to Snyder, whose cellphone was recently seized in a criminal probe of the drinking water catastrophe.
Authorities investigating Flint’s water crisis have used search warrants to seize mobile devices of former Gov. Rick Snyder and 65 other current or former officials.
It's a test of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's leadership -- and whether her party can convince voters better public services are worth higher taxes.
The bills would make it tougher to qualify citizen initiatives for ballots and would also give lawmakers the authority to intervene in court cases.
Gov. Rick Snyder's signature on the bills is part of a wider push by conservatives to tamp down growing demand for fair wages and real paid sick leave.
She ran as a pragmatic liberal, vowing to "fix the damn roads"
Democrats are optimistic about their chances of retaking the governor’s mansion.
The Flint water crisis exposed glaring problems with federal regulations and the EPA is dragging its feet on a fix.
City and state officials said they received little advance warning of the decision.
They may share a party, but they don’t share some of his views. Here’s why a handful of Republicans Governors are turning on Trump.
They may share a party, but they don’t share some of his views. Here’s why a handful of Republicans Governors are turning on Trump.
The EPA is sending $100 million to Michigan, to help get rid of lead from Flint’s water supply. But now that Trump is cutting the agency’s budget, will it be able to cope with future pollution?
The EPA is sending $100 million to Michigan, to help get rid of lead from Flint’s water supply. But now that Trump is cutting the agency’s budget, will it be able to cope with future pollution?
They warn that their states would suffer, in some cases badly, without the Medicaid expansion.
There is perhaps no city in the United States that knows what it means to fight and struggle for survival quite like Flint
This week the nation looked on, horrified, as a silverback gorilla threatened a captive who looked unable to escape. I'm talking, of course, about Donald Trump, who is turning out to be every bit as dangerous and unstable as predicted. After he continued to attack the judge in the Trump University lawsuit, the judge unsealed documents showing how staffers were encouraged to prey on the vulnerable. "It was really a fraud," said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, "from beginning to end." And in that way, a true reflection of its namesake. But perhaps it sealed the deal for Speaker Paul Ryan, who, after hesitating, endorsed Trump, showing his principles to be worth as much as a Trump U real estate class. Rising to the occasion were Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, who declined to endorse Trump, and former CIA and NSA chief Michael Hayden, who described Trump's rhetoric as "feeding" ISIS's recruitment videos. And you don't have to be a genius to see Trump for who he is, but it doesn't hurt. He's "a demagogue who seems to appeal to the lowest common denominator," said Stephen Hawking. Nothing theoretical about that.
"I've stayed out of the whole thing, and I'm going to continue to," said Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder