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The 48th and current Governor of Michigan, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Richard Dale "Rick" Snyder (born August 19, 1958), is an American businessman and Republican Party politician. He assumed office as the 48th governor of Michigan on January 1, 2011. Previously, he was chief executive officer, chairman of the board and co-founder of Ann Arbor, Michigan-based venture capital firm Ardesta LLC. Early life Snyder was born in Battle Creek, Michigan and studied at the University of Michigan, where he earned a Bachelor of General Studies with high distinction in 1977, then a MBA from the University of Michigan Business School with distinction in 1979, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School in 1982. Snyder also served as an adjunct assistant professor of accounting at the University of Michigan. He resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan ...
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Gov. Rick Snyder's school plan gets mixed local reviews


Local education leaders have mixed reactions to Gov. Rick Snyder’s plan to reinvent Michigan’s education system, often tied to what role the leaders have in the system.Snyder called education the long-term key to bringing Michigan’s economy back to life.Popular parts of his plan included a focus on early childhood education; to ensure all children are developmentally on track, he is opening a Michigan Office of Great Start — Early Childhood.He also announced that he’d like to make districts more accountable by implementing a statewide report card dashboard to help ...


Gov. Rick Snyder's budget reveals a one-term approach


If you believe Gov. Rick’s Snyder’s mantra, delivered on the campaign trail last year in his self-described nerdy, perhaps even corny, fashion, that we are first and foremost “all Michiganders” (no, not Michiganians), you are rooting for him to pass his first big test today and deliver a spending plan that rights a listing ship. What we know about his budget so far is that it follows through on his State of the State call for shared sacrifice. While he lacks the bombast of Chris Christie, Snyder seems to share the New Jersey governor’s lack of concern for being ...


Snyder's Education Cuts Spark Protests


A day meant to celebrate higher learning was injected with the politics of K-12 public education on Saturday, as a mass of protesters rallied outside the University of Michigan's commencement celebration. Governor Rick Snyder's speech to graduates and their families drew protesters to Ann Arbor, where they picketed passionately against the state's pending budget cuts to public education. Snyder, a Republican elected in November, has proposed moving funds from the state's K-12 fund to support $1.8 billion in business-friendly tax cuts. Combined with a directive for school districts to fund ...


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Michigan Chamber: Snyder is Reinventing the State
ByUSDR The Michigan Chamber of Commerce today announced its endorsement of Governor Rick Snyder, who is running for re-election in 2014. “Four years ago, the Michigan Chamber endorsed Rick Snyder for Governor because we shared his vision to improve Michigan’s economic competitiveness and we were confident that he would get the job done,” said Michigan Chamber President & CEO Rich Studley. “Through his dedication and relentless positive action, Michigan is making acomeback.” “In just three years, Michigan has gained 220,000 private sector jobs, risen to first in the nation in manufacturing jobs and erased our budget deficit,” noted Scott L. Holman, Chair of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. “As a business owner, I have seen first hand the tremendously positive impact Gov. Snyder has had on Michigan’s businessclimate.” “The mission of the Michigan Chamber is to promote conditions favorable to job cre
Detroit’s EM should surround himself with fresh faces, fresh thinking
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr came in with an impressive resume and a seemingly razor-sharp focus and determination to right the city’s finances. He is an “outsider” who was viewed as independent and detached enough to make decisions independent of the political […]
Catholic Church in Michigan Wants to Accept Refugees
By Michigan Catholic Conference, Special for USDR This past weekend following the terrorist attacks overseas Governor Rick Snyder issued a directive suspending Michigan’s effort to accept new refugees to the state. Gov. Snyder highlighted his priority to “protect the safety of our residents” and that state leaders will be in dialogue with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security regarding security and future resettlement efforts. Michigan Catholic Conference President and CEO Paul A. Long responded today to the Governor’s direction by articulating the Church’s readiness to continue assisting refugees and the most vulnerable once resettlement continues: “Michigan Catholic Conference is appreciative of Governor Snyder’s responsibility to ensure the safety and security of all Michigan residents.  MCC also expresses its full support for a statement issued this weekend by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Administrative Committee voici
Michigan Chamber: Snyder is Reinventing the State
ByUSDR The Michigan Chamber of Commerce today announced its endorsement of Governor Rick Snyder, who is running for re-election in 2014. “Four years ago, the Michigan Chamber endorsed Rick Snyder for Governor because we shared his vision to improve Michigan’s economic competitiveness and we were confident that he would get the job done,” said Michigan Chamber President & CEO Rich Studley. “Through his dedication and relentless positive action, Michigan is making acomeback.” “In just three years, Michigan has gained 220,000 private sector jobs, risen to first in the nation in manufacturing jobs and erased our budget deficit,” noted Scott L. Holman, Chair of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. “As a business owner, I have seen first hand the tremendously positive impact Gov. Snyder has had on Michigan’s businessclimate.” “The mission of the Michigan Chamber is to promote conditions favorable to job cre



 
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