Honoring social justice work
Published: February 28, 2024
The Federal Bar Association, Eastern District of Michigan Chapter, hosted its “2024 Wade H. McCree Jr. Luncheon for the Advancement of Social Justice” earlier this month at the Detroit Athletic Club.
MDHHS contracts with Health Management Associates to provide jails technical assistance, medication grants for opioid use disorder programsFebruary 28, 2024The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has awarded a three-year contract to Health Management Associates (HMA) to serve as project administrator for a technical assistance program for up to 24 county jails seeking to implement or expand medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) programs.
Court won't hear lawsuit tied to contentious 2014 Senate race in MississippiFebruary 28, 2024JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court said recently it will not consider a dispute over a lawsuit filed by the family of a Mississippi lawyer who took his own life after he was arrested and accused of providing information to people who snuck into a nursing home and photographed the ailing wife of a U.S. senator during a contentious election.
State attorney general files comments with at MPSC about Consumers Energy spending planFebruary 28, 2024Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel recently filed comments with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) on Consumers Energy Company’s 5-year distribution plan.
Whitmer signs bipartisan bills?to protect children, cut red tape, improve environmental review processFebruary 28, 2024Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed two bipartisan bills to better protect foster care children in Michigan and ensure they are receiving a high-quality education. She also signed a trio of bills to cut red tape and improve the environmental rules promulgation process.
- Honoring social justice work
- MDHHS contracts with Health Management Associates to provide jails technical assistance, medication grants for opioid use disorder programs
- Court won't hear lawsuit tied to contentious 2014 Senate race in Mississippi
- State attorney general files comments with at MPSC about Consumers Energy spending plan
- Whitmer signs bipartisan bills?to protect children, cut red tape, improve environmental review process
- Partner ran office ‘like a toxic boys club locker room,’ fired Thompson Hine lawyer alleges
- Longtime civil rights advocate Emmet Bondurant will receive this year’s ABA Medal
- Is SCOTUS making it harder to teach constitutional law? Profs ‘depleted’ and taken aback by ‘velocity’ of change
- ‘Known Christian conservative’ judge says his ouster over sexual assault reversal was ‘total political hit job’
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