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Michigan Supreme Court

State Supreme Court considers online privacy rule

LANSING — After some courts failed to comply with federal law, a proposed rule by the Michigan Supreme Court aims to stop courts from posting individuals’ personal information on the Internet. Read More

Supreme Court upholds Michigan ban on affirmative action

A woman who successfully sued the University of Michigan over racial preferences said the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Tuesday to uphold a state ban on using race in university admissions is a "great victory" for voters and the state. Read More

David Viviano

State Supreme Court justice keynotes auction

A state Supreme Court justice will be in town Thursday night to keynote an annual charity auction for a Latino Catholic school. Read More

District owes charter school operator $2M

A charter school operator said Monday that a lakeshore district owes it more than $2 million. Read More

Justice, like beauty, often lies in the eye of the beholder

Odd things happen in courtrooms — which is one more reason to wish that spring break vacations in Clearwater Beach, Fla., could last longer than they do. Read More

Drones flying despite FAA ban, but industry wants rules

LANSING — State and university officials as well as entrepreneurs in Michigan are anxiously awaiting the results of a federal appeal that will affect how a commercial drone industry develops in the state and across the country. Read More

City approves finance pact with DGRI

A financial agreement between the city of Grand Rapids and Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. has been approved by the city commission, despite objections by city comptroller Sara Vander Werff. Read More

New rules on veterans and disabilities are in effect

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs recently enacted two new ground-breaking regulations implementing the Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act. Read More

Police use tear gas on university students

Police used tear gas recently to quell a disturbance by a crowd of university students. Read More

Social media finds its way into court

While character evidence is generally not permitted in the courtroom, there are a few exceptions. Read More

Public Record

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