Michigan Capitol Confidential broke the story of the city of Ann Arbor
constructing a pricey sculpture while laying off firefighters.
Fiscal Policy Director Michael LaFaive discusses "Sculpturegate"
on Fox News on July 23, 2010.
An attempt by Oakland County political operatives to place faux
"Tea Party" candidates on the ballot was exposed by Michigan Capitol
Confidential and led to a criminal investigation.
Gubernatorial candidates Virg Bernero (D) and Rick Snyder (R)
both told Michigan Capitol Confidential that they support expanding
Michigan's Freedom of Information Act to state lawmakers and the