Judge Rejects Filing By Bill Schuette In Flint Water LawsuitA judge has told Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette to butt out of an ongoing dispute over home delivery of water in Flint.
After 'Full' 2016, Bill Schuette Eyes GovernorshipAsked if he would run for governor, Schuette told The Associated Press in a recent interview that he intends to be "part of the conversation" about Michigan's next generation of leadership.
Michigan AG: Weak Schools May Be Shut In Coming Year“The law is clear: Michigan parents and their children do not have to be stuck indefinitely in a failing school..."
GOP Leaders Ask Schuette To Weigh In On Detroit School ClosuresRepublican legislative leaders are asking Michigan's attorney general to issue an opinion on the state's authority to close persistently low-performing public schools in Detroit as soon as the end of this academic year.
Schuette Says Volunteers Can't Stand In Road To Collect Money For CharitiesPeople representing charities and nonprofits who stand in roadways to collect money from drivers are concerned after the Michigan attorney general said the solicitations aren't legal.
Snyder, Schuette At Odds Over More Than Just FlintSchuette is expected to run for governor in 2018 when Snyder cannot due to term limits.
Michigan AG Calls Demonstrators Opposed To Enbridge Pipeline 'Thugs' As Group Protests Near Schuette Home"Earth First!" hung a banner on the lawn opposing the Enbridge pipeline that runs across the Straits of Mackinac.
Government Officials: 3 To Be Charged In Connection With Flint Water CrisisThe Michigan Attorney General's office is planning an announcement in connection with their investigation into the Flint water crisis.
Counsel Says Manslaughter Charge Possible In Flint Water CrisisA special counsel appointed to investigate the lead contamination of Flint's water says the harshest criminal charge could include involuntary manslaughter.
Michigan Warns Gas Stations Against Gouging, Price-Fixing At The PumpAs Michigan drivers deal with a spike in gas prices, the state is warning gas stations against any attempt to take advantage of consumers by price gouging or price fixing.
2 U.S. Border Agents Charged With Felony Theft In MichiganMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said that his Public Integrity Unit has charged the two agents with felony theft and misconduct for removing an item from a residence for personal use.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette Recovering From Hip SurgeryThe 61-year-old Republican is expected to spend Monday night in the hospital and return home on Tuesday.