Don't go calling the Republican-controlled state Legislature a lame-duck.
They were anything but, passing major legislation in the final days between the election and the end of the year.
Turns out, the Detroit News has that list.
And if you're unhappy with what they did, and are thinking of participating in a recall campaign or two, they've got that covered as well.
In their It's Just Politics segment, Michigan Radio's Zoe Clark and MPRN's Rick Pluta point out:
One of the final actions of the Republican-controlled Legislature was to make it much harder to recall elected officials. Recalls are among the retributions being plotted by labor in the face of right-to-work. This could be a bit of a game changer before that’s even started. That should have state Senator Partrick Colbeck, a Republican from a swing district in western Wayne County, breathing a little easier. Colbeck was a big backer of right-to-work and is now considered a top recall target by Democrats.