Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has called the Justice Department’s statement of interest an obvious political ploy.
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The lawsuits say the State of Michigan and privately-owned Boyce Hydro neglected to maintain the Edenville and Sanford Dams, which failed amidst heavy rains in May.
McCorvey became an outspoken pro-life activist in 1995–but, near the end of her life, “Jane Roe” confessed she’d been paid off by anti-abortion groups.
The lawsuit accuses the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity of neglecting serious flaws in its online unemployment filing system.
The lawsuit demands inmates at elevated risk for coronavirus be transferred to home confinement.
A coalition of gyms and fitness center owners are suing Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to end the state’s stay-at-home order. According to MLive.com, the lawsuit was filed Friday, May 22nd, in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids. The lawsuit covers more than 120 independently owned gyms and fitness franchises across the state. Attorneys for the
A district judge had ordered that prisoners at elevated risk of dying from coronavirus be transferred to home confinement.
The lawsuit was derided as a “publicity stunt” by Clinton spokespeople.
Critics of the law say it makes it impossible for federal law enforcement officials to do the jobs.
Avalon Packer says her music instructor was terminated after she reported him–but later found out other students had complained about him, too.