In this morning's headlines: internet sales tax, Flint EM resigns, right to work challenge
House approves internet sales tax
"A state House panel has approved collecting a six-percent sales tax on all Internet purchases. The legislation would affect businesses without a brick-and-mortar store in Michigan, such as Amazon.com," Jake Neher reports.
Flint emergency manager resigns
"A new emergency manager has been named for Flint following the resignation of Mike Brown. Darnell Earley will take over. He's been Saginaw's city manager for the past 8 years," the Associated Press reports.
State employee take right-to-work challenge to MI Supreme Court
"Unionized state civil service workers are asking the Michigan Supreme Court to rule the new right-to-work law does not apply to them. They say they’re governed by civil service rules," Rick Pluta reports.