Abortion Rights Advocates Are Raising Alarms About A Nearly Century-Old Michigan LawAbortion rights advocates in Michigan are raising alarms about a restrictive abortion ban put in place in 1931 before the US Supreme Court's 1973 landmark decision in Roe v. Wade.
Gov. Whitmer Signs Bills To Regulate Pharmacy Benefit Managers, Lower Prescription Drug CostsGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday signed bipartisan bills into law that are designed to reduce prescription drug costs by regulating pharmacy benefit managers that oversee coverage for employers, insurers and others.
Michigan Loses Key Immunity Decision In Snowmobile CrashA snowmobile driven by state employees is a motor vehicle under Michigan law, the state Supreme Court said, a key decision that could make taxpayers liable in a crash that injured two people.
Michigan Appeals Court Again Vacates Restrictions On Ballot DrivesThe Michigan Court of Appeals on Friday again struck down major changes to the state's ballot drive law, including a limit on how many voter signatures can come from any one region.
Court Extends Intimidation Crime To Transgender VictimsA Michigan law that prohibits intimidation based on gender covers people who are transgender, the state Court of Appeals said Thursday, Aug. 5.
You're Not High, The Law Is ConfusingMichigan's medical marijuana law is causing confusion and legal disputes more than five years after voters approved it in 2008.
Group Looks To Expand Plastic Bottle Bill To Include 'New Age' DrinksMembers of the Public Interest Research Group in Michigan or PIRGIM, want to see an expansion of Michigan's bottle bill to include non-carbonated beverages.
19 States Have Laws Aimed At Helping Broke CitiesA Michigan law that allows the state to intervene when a local government faces financial distress is one of the nation's most aggressive, according to a study released Tuesday.
Select Undocumented Workers Granted Michigan Licenses Ruth Johnson had been opposed to granting licenses and IDs to undocumented immigrants in the state.
State Legislature Moves Closer To Ending Helmet LawMotorcycle helmet use for adults would no longer be required in Michigan under legislation approved in a state house committee.
Ruling To Come On Parole Consideration For Convicted JuvenilesA judge in Ann Arbor heard from lawyers for the ACLU who are challenging a Michigan law that bars parole for juveniles convicted of certain murders and the state, which is defending the law.
Closing Arguments In Death Penalty Trial