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Ananich Offers Plan For More Police

State Representative Jim Ananich (D-Flint) offered a proposal to put 1,000 more police on the job during a House Appropriations Committee Hearing yesterday. The plan would invest $140 million over two years and direct the bulk of funding to communities with higher crime rates and are under financial review or currently have a financial manager

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Emergency Manager Law to be Suspended?

Attorney General Bill Schuette released a statement following news reports yesterday addressing the formal filing of citizens petitions in an effort to repeal Public Act 4 of 2011, the Michigan Emergency Financial Manager Law.

Schuette in the statement said "until the petitions are ultimately certified as sufficient by out state election officials, Public Act 4

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Michigan Files Lawsuit Against Obama Health Care Mandate

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced yesterday that Michigan has filed a lawsuit to defend religious liberty and challenge the health care mandate, calling it unconstitutional, that forces religious schools, non-profits and employers to violate their religious and faith-based beliefs by providing insurance plans that cover services that conflict with those religious beliefs

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Ananich Pushes Plan For More Police

State Representative Jim Ananich (D-Flint) announced today that he is working on legislation that would put at least a thousand more police on the job in Michigan. Ananich, agrees with recent suggestions by Attorney General Bill Schuette, that a substantial portion of additional funding the state has available should be used to help keep our communities safe

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U.S. Dept. of Justice Consents to Michigan Redistricting Plan

On Tuesday, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced a decision by the U.S. Department of Justice clearing the way for Michigan's redistricting plan to move forward. The plan, developed by the Michigan Legislature and signed into law by Governor Snyder in August 2011, redraws the boundaries of Michigan's congressional and legislative districts to address population shifts reflected in the 2010 census

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Michigan AG Schuette Welcomes U.S. Supreme Court Review of Healthcare

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today praised a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to review Michigan's lawsuit against portions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act of 2010, commonly known as "Obamacare

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