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  • Supreme Court denies rehearing request by attorneys sanctioned for meritless election lawsuit

    April 19, 2024

    Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court denied a rehearing request for Sidney Powell and several other attorneys seeking to overturn sanctions imposed against them for filing a meritless challenge to the November 2020 presidential election. The Supreme Court previously denied petitions for certiorari filed by the attorneys in February.

  • Law school conducts ‘Know Your Rights Day’ for high school students

    April 19, 2024

    Michigan State Universty College of Law partnered with Cass Technical High School and Renaissance High School in Detroit to engage high school students in conversations about race, policing, and a young person’s Fourth Amendment rights when dealing with law enforcement.

  • Oakland County household hazardous waste dropoff events promote environmental stewardship and safeguard communities

    April 19, 2024

    NoHaz, a consortium of communities in northern Oakland County for disposing household hazardous waste, has scheduled four collection events April through September, giving residents of these communities convenient opportunities to get rid of everything from outdated computers and dead batteries to paints, pesticides and more.

  • Nessel testifies in support of BRITE Act

    April 19, 2024

    On Thursday, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, along with Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, testified before the House Ethics and Oversight Committee in support of the Bringing Reforms in Integrity, Transparency and Ethics (BRITE) Act, a package of bills to increase disclosure requirements for shadowy political funds, slow the revolving door of legislators-turned-lobbyists, and expand gift disclosures for elected officials.

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