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The Supreme Court ruled Thursday to uphold the Affordable Care Act individual mandate, a controversial requirement that most uninsured Americans will have to purchase a policy or face penalties by 2014. The court voted 5-4 to uphold the measure, framing...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterEdwin Johnson III, the attorney for Dowagiac resident Jaren Wade, was upfront with the jury at his client's murder trial in April, stating during opening arguments there was no question Wade shot Darius Nickens to death. There was no question either...
The summer season is upon us and before you know it, Independence Day will roll around. As usual, it will come around with a bang. This year, potentially a lot of bang. In case you missed it, the Michigan Legislature lifted a decades-old ban on most...
DETROIT (AP) — Officials have reached an agreement to build a new Canadian-financed bridge linking Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, a massive construction project that could create thousands of jobs and increase international trade, the Michigan...
Pure Michigan is working. That’s the latest news from analyst Longwoods International, which tracks the numbers on the Michigan tourism advertising campaign. The narrative commercials panning shots of state parks, the Great Lakes and golf courses...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Roman Catholic church says a newly formed prayer caucus in the Michigan Legislature that specifically endorses Judeo-Christian tradition should be open to officials of “any faith.” The caucus that was being...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan can’t take away welfare benefits under a five-year federal limit if recipients still qualify for cash assistance under state law, a judge ruled Tuesday. Genesee County Circuit Court Judge Geoffrey Neithercut...
Tags: Interior Policy, Politics, Rick Snyder, Laws, Social Security
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation aimed at making sure union dues aren't collected from certain home health care workers. The bill that the Republican governor announced signing Tuesday would exclude those who receive...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan motorcyclists age 21 and older can ride without helmets if they meet certain insurance and training conditions under new legislation, Gov. Rick Snyder said Friday. The Republican governor said signed the bill a day...
Amanda Clayton hit it big playing the Michigan Lottery. Like many winners, she used her $1 million prize to buy a new house. But the Lincoln Park, Mich., resident is receiving money in another form -- $200 a month in state food assistance, according to...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Employees in a southeast Michigan school district face a possible “payless payday” this week as state officials scrambled Thursday to try and keep the district’s buildings open for the rest of the academic...
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