Obamacare Subsidies Intact For 228,000 Michiganders After U.S. Supreme Court RulingTax subsidies for 228,000 Michigan residents with health insurance through Obamacare are intact after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a key component of the federal health care law.
Michigan Bill Would Require All Marriages To Be Sanctioned By Religion"I believe that the traditional marriage is really God's model for marriage. I don't believe that government has a role in it."
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg In Ann Arbor: Let US Constitution EvolveRuth Bader Ginsburg, who turns 82 in March, spoke to more than 3,000 people at the University of Michigan.
U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Gay Marriage Cases In AprilThe justices said Friday they will review an appellate ruling that upheld bans on same-sex unions in four states.
U.S. Supreme Court Could Take Up Gay Marriage Issue Friday"With over 35 states permitting same sex marriage, it strengthens the argument for the proponents..."
Local Gay Communities Watch And Wait For Court Decision On Same-Sex MarriageThe local gay community is keeping a close eye on arguments by the U.S. Supreme Court concerning same-sex marriage.
Sentenced To Life At 16, Woman Hopes For Freedom Should teens convicted of the most brutal crimes be punished just like adults? Or should their youth matter?
Detroit Fire Case Gets Hearing In US Supreme CourtAt a hearing in Washington, the justices appeared inclined to rule that criminal defendants like Lamar Evans can't be retried, even if the acquittal is based on legal errors.
Court Offers Hope To State's 358 Juvenile LifersMichigan inmates serving mandatory life sentences without parole for crimes they committed as minors may have a chance to pursue freedom rather than spend the rest of their lives behind bars.
Group Wants Corporate Donors To Be Revealed A Michigan group has begun collecting signatures for a ballot measure requiring far more disclosure of corporate donations.
Detroit History: "Mind-Rotting Repulsive Filth!"... that's how some local Pillars of Society described the crime comic books many Detroit kids loved to read 60 years ago.