Snyder issued a statement mid-day Wednesday calling Lyon a "strong leader" and indicating that they will not be suspended while they "are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt." "They have my full faith and confidence, and will remain on duty at DHHS," Snyder said. Schuette said Wednesday that Snyder will not be charged as his Flint water crisis team turns to the prosecution phase.
LANSING — David Behen, who is leaving Gov. Rick Snyder's administration this week, will become vice president and chief information officer for La-Z-Boy Inc., the company said Monday. Behen, 48, most recently served as director of the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget. His last day will be Friday.
9 June 2017 Updated 12/6/2017 Michigan governor says state must 'wait and see' if it lands big project
Lindsay VanhulleCrain's Detroit Business
Saginaw, Mich. — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder obliquely confirmed a reported trip he took last weekend to Asia seeking to lure Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group to build a multibillion-dollar plant in Michigan.
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