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Nessel urges Supreme Court to block Ohio abortion law 

Attorney General Dana Nessel has filed a brief opposing an Ohio law prohibiting abortions if one of the reasons is that the fetus has...

Federal court chucks Michigan’s Medicaid work requirements 

An estimated 80,000 Michiganders will keep their Healthy Michigan coverage after a federal court ruled Wednesday that Michigan’s Medicaid work requirements were unlawful.  Gov. Gretchen...

Whitmer signs wrongful imprisonment bills into law

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a flurry of bills into law on Tuesday. Among those are three bipartisan pieces of legislation related to compensation for...

Supreme Court to review ACA after state AGs file petition

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review a key part of the Affordable Care Act after Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, along with...

State to pay $80M settlement in juvenile prison rape case

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, along with Michigan Department of Corrections (DOC) Director Heidi Washington announced Thursday that they are filing a settlement document...

Michigan joins 39 other states in JUUL probe

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday that Michigan has joined 39 other states in an investigation of JUUL Labs. JUUL Labs makes products known...

Whitmer wants court to halt Medicaid work mandate

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says an estimated 80,000 Michiganders could lose Healthy Michigan coverage thanks to Medicaid work requirements and she’s asking for a court...

Michigan Dem chair blasts GOP for fighting voting rights suits

During a voting rights roundtable held in Detroit on Friday, Michigan Democratic Party (MDP) Chair Lavora Barnes called out the GOP and the Republican...

AG joins legal brief to urge federal action on clean energy

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has joined attorneys general from three more states, plus the District of Columbia and California’s clean air agency, in...

Column: DACA decision isn’t just about Dreamers — it’s about whether...

The fate of 700,000 people facing deportation may hang on a new question facing the U.S. Supreme Court: Is the White House legally obligated...

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