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    July 2, 2021

    1. Concerned about a Michigan teacher 'shortage?' Make it easier to be a teacher
    2. Defund the police? Actually, police salaries are rising in departments across the U.S.
    3. 3 things I learned while parenting teens during a pandemic

    Nation

    1. National Roundup
    2. Hate crime up 31% in state last year, led by anti-Black bias
    3. AP, others win records lawsuit against state legislators
    4. Venezuelan tycoon sues US to lift narcotics sanctions
    5. Panel issues guidance on police encounters with children

    State

    1. Legislature OKs $25M to aid brain rehab clinics facing cuts
    2. Fraudulent organizations posing as charitable nonprofits ordered dissolved
    3. State Attorney urges reduction in Consumers Energy's electric rate request

    Courts

    1. State opens door to new era of civil rights lawsuits
    2. US judge apologizes for 'partisan' comments on Trump pardons
    3. Conservative high court upholds Arizona voting restrictions
    4. High court: California can't collect charity top donor names

    Business

    1. Redundant capital
    2. Wage Worries
    3. US jobless claims fall to 364,000, a new pandemic low
    4. Robinhood pays $70 million to settle range of allegations
    5. US construction spending fell 0.3% in May, housing slowing
    6. 3 things I learned while parenting teens during a pandemic
    7. Defund the police? Actually, police salaries are rising in departments across the U.S.

    Feature

    1. ABA president moderates White House panel on eviction prevention programs
    2. Court allows additional six months to implement orders regarding personal identifying information
    3. Michigan Legislature approves major boost in K-12 funding
    4. Whitmer signs bipartisan legislation to require insurance to cover emergency insulin supply, expand access to college scholarships
    5. Michigan court opens door a bit to more slip-and-fall cases