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Michigan Supreme Court hears arguments on redistricting ballot measure

Michigan Supreme Court hears arguments on redistricting ballot measure

July 18, 2018 | Riley Beggin

The state’s High Court jousted with attorneys Wednesday over whether a measure that would change the way Michigan draws voting lines should be allowed to go to voters in November.

Michigan Supreme Court will decide redistricting battle

Michigan Supreme Court will decide redistricting battle

July 6, 2018 | Bridge Staff

The high court says it will hear arguments July 18 on whether to allow voters in November to consider a ballot measure that would change how legislative districts are drawn in Michigan.  

Bill Schuette asks Michigan Supreme Court to reject redistricting proposal

Bill Schuette asks Michigan Supreme Court to reject redistricting proposal

June 26, 2018 | Riley Beggin

Schuette, the attorney general and Republican frontrunner for governor, wants Michigan redistricting question off the November ballot. His office argues the proposal creates “a fourth branch of government.”

A Supreme Court challenge could be next for Michigan redistricting proposal

A Supreme Court challenge could be next for Michigan redistricting proposal

June 20, 2018 | Riley Beggin

The Michigan redistricting measure may well be approved Wednesday for the November ballot. But the Michigan Supreme Court could still decide to reject the proposed constitutional amendment later this summer.

Redistricting proposal to appear on Michigan ballot, only Supreme Court in way

Redistricting proposal to appear on Michigan ballot, only Supreme Court in way

June 20, 2018 | Riley Beggin

The petition to create an independent citizens redistricting commission was approved to appear on the general election ballot Wednesday. The Michigan Supreme Court has yet to decide whether to consider a challenge to the proposal.

Is the Michigan Supreme Court trying to make it harder to punish bad judges?

Is the Michigan Supreme Court trying to make it harder to punish bad judges?

April 4, 2017 | Ted Roelofs

The high court is considering rule changes that critics say will make it harder to prosecute inept or crooked judges and delay the public release of misconduct charges.

Michigan Supreme Court hears arguments on prevailing wage law

Michigan Supreme Court hears arguments on prevailing wage law

October 19, 2015 | Lindsay VanHulle

At issue is whether municipalities have the power to exert local control over what wages they pay to contractors.

Truth Squad calls foul on pandering Supreme Court ad

Truth Squad calls foul on pandering Supreme Court ad

October 8, 2014 | Bridge Staff

Justices Zahra and Viviano try to reconcile being fair, “rule-of-law” judges with their determination to uphold convictions in sex cases. Isn’t it a justice’s duty to ensure a criminal defendant was properly convicted?

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