A federal prosecutor recently revealed as many as 100 girls in Michigan may have been victims of female genital mutilation. Now the state legislature is working quickly to pass bills to make it a 15-year felony in Michigan.
Cheyna Roth reports on the potential passing of legislation that would make female genital mutilation a crime in Michigan.
State House Republicans are aggressively pushing through an income tax cut and rollback, despite numerous questions raised during a committee hearing about what funding cuts could happen in other areas if the bill passes.
The Michigan Public Radio Network's Cheyna Roth reports on an state income tax reform bill that failed in committee.