Plus: A listener asks whether younger generations are capable of passing reforms to entitlement spending.
Labor actions largely respond to policies that cause widespread pain.
A likely consequence: Sick students will avoid going to the university hospital.
Republicans who participated in the scheme say they relied on legal advice grounded in historical precedent.
The alleged state and federal felonies involve intent elements that may be difficult to prove.
The state court of appeals held previously that unconstitutionally collected evidence could still be used for civil enforcement.
Carmakers don't need a crony-capitalist slush fund.
Proponents say that the bills would ensure the quality of fishing and hunting guides, but occupational licensing doesn't tend to work that way.
A win for Geraldine Tyler, who is now 94 years old, would be a win for property rights.
"Criticism of the president is core political speech protected by the First Amendment," says the students' attorney.
Law Enforcement Beat This Innocent Man to a Pulp. Will the Supreme Court Allow Him To Seek Recourse?
James King is once again asking the high court to rule that two officers should not receive immunity for choking him unconscious and temporarily disfiguring his face.
Lawsuit: Prosecutors Filed Bogus Charges Against Detroit Man in Retaliation for Challenging Seizure of Car
The Institute for Justice says Robert Reeves' First Amendment rights were violated when prosecutors filed and refiled baseless felony charges against him after he sued to get his car back.
Judges and prosecutors accused James and Jennifer Crumbley of negligent behavior despite the fact that school officials at the time reached many of the same judgments.
Tiffany Lindsay says officers never contacted her to let her know they shot her dog. Instead, a neighbor found it in their trash can.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler's case challenging home equity theft.
Justice Richard Bernstein said Pete Martel's hiring as clerk was unacceptable because "I'm intensely pro-law enforcement."
Monique Owens shouted over critical speakers at a September city council meeting, claiming it was her "First Amendment right."
And is this a good precedent to be setting?
Voters in California, Michigan, and Vermont embraced constitutional amendments to protect abortion rights, while Kentuckians rejected an anti-abortion amendment.
Republican Governors Ron DeSantis and Brian Kemp made a name for themselves opposing COVID mandates.
Democrats paid $435,000 to back a pro-Trump Republican in Michigan—nearly $100,000 more than the candidate himself raised.
The Institute for Justice argues evidence from warrantless searches can’t be used for zoning enforcement.
Michigan Bill Could Mean Life in Prison for Parents or Docs Who Allow Gender Transition Treatment for Minors
Under H.B. 6454, prescribing puberty blockers or cross-sex hormones would be treated as a more severe form of child abuse than starving or abandoning a kid.
Michigan is now a more dangerous place for anyone who flies with large amounts of cash.
Tiffany Lindsay wants answers and an apology after her neighbors discovered her dead dog, shot the night before by Detroit police, in their garbage can.
After an embarrassing failure for the FBI counterterrorism program, federal prosecutors won convictions against two of the men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Michigan GOP Attorney General Candidate Under Investigation by His Opponent for 2020 Voting Machine Scheme
Matthew DePerno is under investigation by his opponent's office for allegedly illegally seizing and "testing" voting machines from several Michigan counties.
Michigan's 3rd district has produced two consecutive freedom-oriented Republican lawmakers. Tuesday's results ensure that there won't be a third.
If election denial is an existential threat to the country, why are Democrats boosting John Gibbs?
While the task force is a move in the right direction, truancy shouldn't be up for criminal prosecution in the first place.
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It would signal that the transportation future involves decentralization and rapid change rather than Washington-style command-and-control.
A kid roaming the streets on his own is like an endangered species: once common, now rare, and worth trying to bring back.
The change represents a substantial reversal of civil forfeiture reforms aimed at protecting innocent property owners.
Michigan Couple Says Town Seized Their Building and Offered To Return It if They Bought Two Cars for Police
"Extortion, there's no other way to explain it," the couple's attorney says.
This Michigan Town Repealed a Ban on Fortunetellers, but Might Break State Law if It Tries To Regulate Them
Petoskey's draft ordinance would require both "legitimate" fortunetellers and people pretending to tell fortunes to be licensed, calling into question the sense of licensing at all.
Tawanda Hall's house was worth $286,000 more than her overdue tax bill. There was nothing she could do about it.
The agency’s tactics doomed the prosecution of defendants who allegedly planned to kidnap Michigan's governor.
Bradley Brock says his dog Moose was walking toward a police officer wagging its tail when the officer gunned his pet down.