Michigan Attorney General

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.
Report: Charities See Only 35 Cents For Each Dollar RaisedA new report from the State Attorney General's Office says the middleman that charities use to solicit donations is actually getting more money than the charities themselves.
I-96 Shooting Suspect In Court On Fresh ChargesA man suspected in a shooting spree that targeted motorists along the I-96 corridor in four Michigan counties is scheduled for arraignment on a new set charges that include terrorism.
Attorney General's Office To Prosecute Random Shooting SuspectMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says his office will prosecute the man suspected in a shooting spree that targeted motorists in four counties last month.
State In Line To Get $25M As Part Of Drug Marketing SettlementMichigan Attorney General says GlaxoSmithKline underpaid the rebates it owed for drugs paid through the state's Medicaid program.
Michigan Attorney General: Put Surplus State Money Into Hiring More CopsSchuette will call for using $100 million of the state's $500 million dollar surplus to hire additional officers.
Michigan AG Sues To Shut Down 2 Abortion ClinicsMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette filed a lawsuit Monday to close two women's clinics that provide abortions in Saginaw and the Lansing area.
FBI To Investigate Wayne County Severance Deal The Michigan Attorney's office confirms that the FBI will look into a $200,000 severance deal given to former Wayne County Development Director Turkia Mullin.
Michigan Attorney General: Gun Silencers Can Be Used In The StateMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says gun silencers can be used in the state by gun owners who have federal authorization.
Schuette Plans Review Of Blue Cross Medicaid DealMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says his office is reviewing Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan's plans for a joint venture involving a Medicaid coverage company.
Website Protects Donors From Fraudulent CharitiesThis past week the Michigan Attorney General announced the launch of a new website that provides the public with information about charities and those that solicit donations.