Two men who successfully fought the state’s panhandling law after being arrested in Grand Rapids in 2011 will each get $6,500 as part of a $48,000 settlement with the city.
An Iraq War veteran is taking the state to court for the right to display a personalized license plate.
Is it racial profiling — or just good police work?
A federal appeals court says the FBI acted properly in refusing to release records that could reveal the use of race and ethnicity in investigations.
The appellate opinion says the law “would chill a substantial amount of First Amendment-protected activity.”
The district plans to charge students $100 per semester to take 7th hour classes.
It’s billboard emblazoned with a spider crushing skulls and the words: “Boycott Israel, Boycott Apartheid.
The ACLU is accusing Detroit police of removing homeless people from Greektown and dropping them off miles away.
Michigan’s secretary of state reversed course Friday and said her agency will issue driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, changing her mind after the Obama administration clarified the issue.
Labor unions and the ACLU say the state’s right-to-work law should be struck down because people were locked out of the Capitol when the bills were passed.