Here Are The Recent Bills Gov. Whitmer Signed Into LawGovernor Whitmer signed House Bills 4102, 4103, 4104, 4105, 4106, and 4107, as well as Senate Bills 228 and 348 into law on Friday. 
New Michigan Law Cracking Down On 'Porch Pirates' Takes Effect Dec. 16A new law cracking down on porch pirates takes effect in Michigan on Dec. 16.
Here Are The Bills Governor Whitmer Signed Into Law TodayGovernor Whitmer signed House Bills 5084, 4710 and 4451 into law Wednesday.  
Ex-Lawmakers Sue To Block Michigan’s Legislative Term LimitsEight former Michigan lawmakers filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging the state’s legislative term limits law, alleging that they are unconstitutionally blocked from running again by restrictions that prevent voters from backing candidates of their choice.
Here's A Closer Look At Bills Governor Whitmer Signed Into Law TodayGovernor Whitmer signed House Bills 4731, 4485, and 4412, as well as Senate Bills 255 and 530 in to law on Thursday. Here's a closer look at the bills and who they're sponsored by.   
Suit Seeks To Block Michigan Restrictions On Helping VotersA Democratic group is challenging Michigan’s restrictions on transporting voters to the polls and helping people apply for absentee ballots, asking a federal judge to declare the laws unconstitutional and to block their enforcement.
FDA Faces Mounting Pressure To Release Final E-Cigarette Flavor PolicyIn a letter, a lawmaker is urging the US Food and Drug Administration to issue its compliance policy that would clear the market of unauthorized flavored e-cigarettes.
Denmark Bans the Burqa in PublicDenmark's parliament banned the wearing of face coverings in public spaces.
Michigan to Give Sexual Abuse Victims More Time to SueMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to sign into law bills inspired by the Larry Nassar scandal.
Parent's Ask Judge to Evict 30-Year-Old Son After He Refused to Move OutAfter their notes, advice and gifts of cash went unheeded, two parents turned to the law to move their adult son out of their house.
House Approves Bill Allowing Parental EavesdroppingLANSING (AP) — Michigan's House wants to give parents free reign in listening to their children's conversations. In a 105-3 vote, lawmakers passed the bill that adds parental exemptions to Michigan's eavesdropping prohibition. Eavesdropping is defined as overhearing, recording, amplifying or transmitting conversations intended to be private