Separation Deals Disclosed for 2 Other Michigan Officials
Two additional separation deals were made by the state to top officials who resigned.
The Whitmer administration confirmed Tuesday that Steve Gray, former director of the Unemployment Insurance Agency, got nearly $86,000. A deputy health director received about $12,000.
This news comes a day after it was disclosed that the former director of Michigan Health and Human Services received $155,000 in a separation agreement.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer did not say whether she requested the resignation of the director at that time.
Republican lawmakers say they want to prevent Whitmer from making separation deals like these in the future.