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A police chief in the region is defending his officers' conduct in a traffic stop that led to a federal lawsuit. Read More
LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court upheld yesterday a 2012 law requiring public school employees to pay more toward their pensions to avoid receiving less in retirement, and the justices also affirmed a similar provision that involves retiree health care benefits. Read More
Business groups, attorneys express concerns over Indiana-like backlash.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) While Indiana Gov. Mike Pence faces intense backlash from the business community and others across the country following his signing of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, many businesses and individuals in Michigan hope Mitten state legislators are paying attention. Read More
Expungement is available for some larceny, robbery, assault and drug charges.
In January, updates to Michigan’s expungement requirements went into effect, giving individuals convicted of certain crimes an increased chance to clear their record. Read More