Lt. Gov. Brian Calley On Push for Part-Time Legislature, Possible Run for Governor

Lt. Gov. Brian Calley

The first big news of this year’s Mackinac Policy Conference comes by way of Lt. Gov. Brian Calley.

The Republican announced on Tuesday from Mackinac Island that he’ll lead a ballot campaign to make Michigan’s Legislature part-time.

His name is also one we often hear as a potential Republican candidate for governor in 2018.

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