AG Nessel Joins Colleagues In Opposing Rule Restricting Asylum AccessMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined 21 other Attorneys General Thursday in opposing the Trump Administration’s attempt – via an interim final rule – to illegally limit access to the asylum process. Under the rule, individuals entering the United States at the southern border, except in limited circumstances, are no longer able to seek asylum unless they applied for and were denied protection in at least one country they traveled through before arriving in the United States.
AG Nessel: Consider Affordability During Energy AssessmentWhile assessing the state's energy needs and resources Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel wants the Public Service Commission to keep ratepayers in mind.
Nessel Takes On Fight For State And Local Gun SafetyMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined 12 other Attorneys General Tuesday in urging the Supreme Court to uphold a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling which held that states and localities can impose certain types of firearm regulations when they are substantially related to an important government objective, such as the protection of their residents.
Nessel Files Suit Against Out-Of-State Company For Fraudulent PracticesMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday her office has filed a lawsuit against St. Petersburg, Florida-based CA Certificate Service, doing business as MI Certificate Service, for allegedly deceptive solicitations targeting new Michigan businesses.
AG Nessel Files Ninth Elder Abuse Case As Listening Tour With Supreme Court Justices ContinuesA 23-year-old Clinton Township woman has been charged and arraigned on one count of 4th Degree Vulnerable Adult Abuse, a misdemeanor, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Wednesday.
AG Nessel Joins Effort Urging Regulators To Protect Workers From Harmful Anticompetitive Labor PracticesMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined 17 other Attorneys General the week of July 15 in urging collaboration between Federal Trade Commission regulators and state attorneys general to protect workers from anticompetitive labor practices that depress wages and limit job mobility and opportunities for advancement.
Nessel Brings Charges Against Out-Of-State RacketeersMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's office has filed 21 charges against two out-of-state racketeers for their roles in a scheme that used more than 190 illegal vehicle loans to cash in on $258,000 from Michigan borrowers.
AG Nessel Charges 8th Defendant With Elder Abuse Since Launch Of Elder Abuse Task ForceAttorney General Dana Nessel announced Thursday her Health Care Fraud Division has charged Elizabeth Haines, 62, of Saginaw, with one misdemeanor count of Assault and Battery.
AG Nessel Charges Manistee Adult Foster Care Homeowner with Elder AbuseMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Friday her Health Care Fraud Division is charging a woman with four misdemeanor counts of Fourth Degree Vulnerable Adult Abuse and four felony counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance.
Nessel Praises MSP For Expanding Incident Crime Reporting Categories To Include Gender IdentityThe Criminal Justice Information Center of the Michigan State Police was praised by Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel Friday for expanding its category of hate crimes to include gender identity.
Nessel: Payroll Fraud Charges In The WorksMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is gearing up for potential criminal and civil charges as part of her office’s efforts to safeguard Michigan workers and combat the growing problem of payroll fraud in the state.
Democratic AG Candidate Says Adoption Law Discriminates Against Gays The Democratic candidate for Michigan attorney general said Thursday she probably wouldn't defend a law that allows faith-based groups to refuse serving same-sex couples who want to adopt children.
Rare Hermaphrodite Dog Gets Adopted [VIDEO]It's a new home for a very different kind of dog -- hermaphrodite pit bull-mix that was picked up by the Detroit Dog Rescue last month.
Court Ruling Could Lift Ban On Same-Sex Marriage In State Of MichiganA U.S. district judge could make a ruling on whether Michigan's 2004 ban on same-sex marriage violates the U.S. Constitution.