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The Michigan Supreme Court broke new ground Tuesday in criminal cases involving unpaid child support, saying poor parents can defend themselves by showing it was impossible for them to come up with money.
The Michigan Supreme Court has removed a Detroit-area judge from office for mishandling public money.
The Michigan Supreme Court has finished hearing oral arguments over whether a ballot petition that would repeal a state law designed to right financially troubled cities should go before voters.
A referendum hoping to overturn Michigan’s emergency manager law is headed to the fall ballot — unless the state supreme court steps in to put a stop to it.
Thursday’s decisions clarify a state law that allows medical marijuana under some circumstances but has caused much confusion.
Notices coming in the mail will explain how families can reapply for monthly checks.
The Michigan Supreme Court won’t immediately take up a case involving when welfare benefits can be ended.
The Michigan Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a free-speech case that began with a parking ticket at Michigan State University.
The Michigan Supreme Court says it will decide whether people permitted to use medical marijuana can sell it to others who also have cards.
The Michigan Supreme Court has taken a step toward possibly stopping a $100,000 verdict for a woman whose home had to be demolished after the basement was mistakenly filled with heating oil.