Gov. Whitmer and fellow incumbents Dana Nessel and Jocelyn Benson have a significant fundraising advantage over their likely Republican opponents this November. They warned delegates not to take the races for granted. There’s “too much at stake,” Whitmer said.
The Nain Rouge brewery recently opened in Midtown with a couple of goals in mind — training students and diversifying the craft industry. The brewery collaborated with EMU and Midtown Detroit Inc. to see the first group of students through to graduation.
Promote the Vote and Reproductive Freedom For All called the challenges ‘frivolous’ and “bogus.’ The bipartisan Board of State Canvassers – and perhaps the courts – will decide if the initiatives make the ballot.
A federal judge ruled the attorney general’s suit seeking a Line 5 pipeline shutdown should be heard in federal court. Nessel wanted the matter kept in state court, where she saw a more secure path to victory.
An Oakland County judge hears testimony over two days. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer wants to bar enforcement of a 1931 ban on abortion. Some prosecutors contend they should have the right since Roe was overturned.
The number of Michigan residents who died crossing the road is higher than ever, even though the number of total pedestrian crashes is dropping. Traffic experts are trying to figure out how to reduce fatalities.
Some Republican prosecutors want to enforce Michigan’s long-dormant abortion law. A county court judge is currently mulling a request from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s legal team to prevent that while the legality of abortion in Michigan wends through the courts.