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GOP-led House adopts anti-abortion resolution 

The state House adopted a resolution Tuesday to “call for the enforcement of all laws regulating or limiting the practice of abortion” in Michigan...

B.A. Schaaff: We’ve had some important national wins for LGBTQ+ rights,...

Pride Month is a chance for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) people to be proud and visible in a world that tells...

Senate Dems’ voting rights push stalls in the face of GOP...

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senate Republicans shut down efforts to open debate on a sweeping elections reform and voting rights bill brought to the Senate...

Harris to make 1st trip to Michigan since Election Day

Vice President Kamala Harris is scheduled to visit Detroit on Monday, the White House announced Tuesday. Harris last appeared in Michigan on Election Day last...

Republican introduces bill for so-called ‘forensic audit’ of 2020 general election...

Updated, 7:20 a.m. 6/24/21, with comments from Benson After Republican activists rallied last week calling for a so-called “forensic audit” of the 2020 election results...

Whitmer announces plan to expand tuition-free college for 22K more Michiganders 

Tonesia Nesbitt, a Wayne County Community College District honors student, on Tuesday offered thanks to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for the opportunity to help her...

Republican tries to ban ‘critical race theory’ in DC schools

WASHINGTON — A Republican member of the U.S. House wants to restrict how District of Columbia public school teachers talk about racism and sexism,...

Detroit adult-use cannabis ordinance ‘likely unconstitutional,’ judge says

A federal judge has suspended a Detroit ordinance that gives preferences to certain residents who want to get into the marijuana business based on...

Bills you may have missed, from vaccine incentives to regulating meat...

Michigan residents could claim a $100 tax credit for getting a COVID-19 vaccine and driver’s licenses would be extended under bills recently introduced in...

College athletes score a big win in the U.S. Supreme Court...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that the National Collegiate Athletics Association cannot limit educational compensation to student athletes due to...

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