The latest findings highlight the irrationality of banning legal e-cigarettes that deliver nicotine.
A Michigan steel plant annnounced it's closing at the end of the year, while U.S. Steel stocks are down 75 percent since Trump's tariffs were announced.
It took a jury 26 minutes to decide that Jonathan Vanderhagen wasn't guilty.
The lawsuit claims two cops yanked a woman's door open, then shot her two dogs when they ran outside.
The state's largest hospital chain didn't want the competition.
Compelling Testimony Against Michigan's Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes Highlights the Deadly Folly of the Vaping Crackdown
The real "public health crisis" is not underage vaping but the one that Michigan, New York, and the FDA are about to create.
Jonathan Vanderhagen believes a judge doomed his son to an early death. The judge says Vanderhagen's Facebook posts were intimidating.
Banning the flavors that former smokers overwhelmingly prefer is a strange way to protect public health.
Pending restrictions on vaping products in Michigan and New York are based on an alarmingly broad understanding of the executive branch's "public health" authority.
Brett Kavanaugh Faces a New Accusation in The New York Times, but the Alleged Victim Didn't Confirm It
Plus: Andrew Yang opts out of cancel culture, Andrew Cuomo wants to crack down on flavored e-cigarettes, and more...
Michigan Governor's Reckless E-Cigarette Ban Relies on a Breathtakingly Broad Reading of Her Authority To Protect 'Public Health'
Gretchen Whitmer has unilaterally decided that Michigan smokers should not be allowed to buy flavored e-cigarettes.
Justin Amash Wants To Talk About Process and Love, but His Constituents Want To Talk About Gun Control
Facing his district for the first time since going independent, the libertarian congressman preaches legislative process and constitutional principle to an audience thirsty for gun fixes.
Michigan Court of Appeals Has Reversed the Felony Assault Convictions of a Gun Owner Who Acted in Self-Defense
A then-pregnant Siwatu-Salama Ra was sentenced to two years in prison after using an unloaded gun to protect herself, her daughter, and her mom.
Prosecutors are looking into a framed KKK document found at a house belonging to Charles Anderson, a Michigan police officer of over 20 years.
A school criminalizes a playground injury.
Lawsuit Seeks Class Action Status for Students Whose Due Process Rights Were Violated During Title IX Investigations
The lawsuit alleges that MSU has denied due process rights to student defendants in order to placate critics of its sexual assault policies.
They were hoping to hit the Department of Defense jackpot.
A city official even vouched for Sheefy McFly, but police arrested him for resisting.
WATCH: At Town Hall, Justin Amash Explains Impeachment Tweets, Gets Asked About Possible Libertarian Presidential Run
If you had never heard of Amash before, it was a perfect introduction to his views on just about every significant issue. If you are familiar with him, it was a standout performance.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed three bills to limit civil asset forfeiture.
And it's a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
He's taken it upon himself to do what the government is apparently incapable of.
The black market is how you get things done when government gets in the way.
Gary Steele made a woman with expired plates walk in below-freezing temperatures. Then he pulled his phone out.
Reports show Michigan police seize cash and cars from hundreds of people who are never convicted of a crime. Momentum is building to stop it.
He brought out some fake bills to drive his point home.
Michigan Governor Pardons Drunk Driver, Leaves Thousands of Prisoners Waiting for Their Second Chance
Gov. Rick Snyder's clemency record could have been a lot better.
Price signals ultimately mean more supplies for disaster-struck areas.
Spoiler alert: It didn't work.
The deputy said he took issue with the word "fuck" in the song despite using it himself moments earlier.
Your guide to marijuana in Michigan
The Detroit Free Press columnist seems oblivious to black-market competition.
It is the first state in the Midwest to allow nonmedical use.
Two Brothers Want to Start a Christmas Tree Farm on Their Own Land. The Township Might Fine Them $450,000.
Gary and Matt Percy had to clear their land before they started planting. They neglected to get the government's permission.
"Just as the police cannot destroy every unlicensed car or gun on the spot, they cannot kill every unlicensed dog on the spot."
Plus: fight against FOSTA continues and Tennessee trooper reports Democrat for visiting falafel restaurant.
Just what they need right now!
The libertarian Republican explains why New Mexico's voting change is "primarily a scheme to unfairly benefit the major party establishments."
The government's definition of "prompt" is a little different from everyone else's, especially when it comes to asset forfeiture.
Thanks to a new state law, agencies now have to report how extensively civil asset forfeiture is used to take people's stuff.