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Anti-Line 5 activists buoyed by national pipeline victories

Indigenous activists and environmentalists scored two major victories over pipeline companies this week in quick succession. On Sunday, two major energy companies in Virginia and...

Nessel files brief in women’s rights case, pays homage to Griffiths,...

Attorney General Dana Nessel has filed an amicus brief in a case involving the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), Commonwealth of Virginia v Ferriero. The brief,...

Here’s when two cases challenging Whitmer’s emergency powers will be decided

The Michigan Supreme Court won’t hear a case that asks just how far Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s emergency authority goes until after the state Court...

Nessel, AGs push back on Trump environmental cutbacks

Along with the attorneys general of 13 other states and the District of Columbia, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has joined a coalition urging...

Judge dismisses GOP suits against independent redistricting commission

U.S. District Judge Janet Neff on Monday dismissed two Republican lawsuits designed to upend the voter-approved constitutional amendment that established the Michigan’s Independent Citizens...

Report: 827K Michiganders would lose health coverage if ACA is overturned

A repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) could leave about 23.3 million Americans — including 827,000 Michigan residents — without health care coverage...

Judge opens part of Line 5, orders investigation

One underwater segment of the controversial Line 5 pipeline will remain shut down Wednesday as another is allowed to restart, on orders from a...

Line 5 still halted as judge deliberates

All 645 miles of Enbridge’s Line 5 oil pipeline remain shut down Tuesday evening, after four and a half hours of oral arguments in...

Enbridge: Boat anchor, wire cable may have caused Line 5 damage

Embattled Canadian oil company Enbridge has still not been able to determine how an anchor support holding up the east segment of the Line...

Roberts joins Supreme Court’s four liberal judges in striking down Louisiana...

WASHINGTON — In a major victory for reproductive rights, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a controversial Louisiana law that critics said would have...

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