Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is taking aim at the state’s medical marijuana law.
Calling it a “nutty” decision, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said he’ll meet a Friday deadline to ask an entire appeals court to overturn a ruling that struck down the state’s ban on affirmative action in college admissions and government hiring.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has filed several charges against two Flint area men accused of running an illegal video poker operation.
The proposed revision would keep the number of Council members at nine; seven would be elected by district and two at large.
The State Attorney General’s office is holding the first in a series of classes devoted to Internet safety and children.
Michigan Attorney General issued a new consumer alert to advise Michigan seniors to be on guard for telephone con artists scamming grandparents out of thousands of dollars by posing as grandchildren in distress.
If you are upset about gasoline prices in Michigan and think you are being ripped off, there just might be a solution.
Documents say a former assistant state attorney general who was fired after being accused of harassing the gay student assembly president at the University of Michigan was previously warned about anti-gay attacks.
Former Attorney General Mike Cox is joining a prominent law firm.
An Ingham County Circuit judge has stopped Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan from implementing rate increases as high as 66 percent for some seniors.