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  • Michigan addressing racial disparities in overdose deaths through harm reduction, other programs in upcoming year

    March 04, 2024

    As part of Michigan’s efforts to reduce drug-related overdose deaths and decrease overdose racial disparities, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is investing $10 million from opioid settlement funds in harm reduction programs in FY2024.

  • Mount Clemens man arraigned in connection with armed robbery and assault

    March 04, 2024

    A 37-year-old Mount Clemens man was arraigned today in connection with an armed robbery and assault.
    The Macomb County Prosecutor says Jovaughn Harrington ran into an acquaintance at a gas station last Tuesday. Harrington suggested the two meet later that day and, when they met, it is alleged that Harrington tried to rob the woman and when she resisted,

  • Ousted Michigan Republican Party chair loses key ruling at appeals court

    March 04, 2024

    DETROIT (AP) — The ousted former leader of the Michigan Republican Party lost a key court ruling Thursday in her effort to regain the top post.
    The Michigan Court of Appeals said it won't suspend a lower court's order affirming Kristina Karamo's removal by party members.
    Karamo was hoping that a stay would clear the way for her to lead a meeting Saturday in Detroit to select presidential delegates for the party’s national convention.

  • State Bar symposium draws a crowd

    March 01, 2024

    “Experts and Trial Practice” was the title of the 6th Annual State Bar of Michigan Business Law Section Symposium held recently at the Guardian Building in Detroit. The program, which has been organized and produced since its inception by Troy attorney Mark Rossman, annually attracts some of the top practitioners and academics in the field of business law.

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