Stories tagged: "Dana Nessel"


WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 17:  Gov. Rick Snyder, (R-MI), listens to members comments during a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, about the Flint, Michigan water crisis, on Capitol Hill March 17, 2016 in Washington, DC. The committee is examining how lead ended up in the public drinking water in Flint, Michigan.
Disgraced Former Gov. Snyder to Finally Face Flint Water Crisis Charges

Almost seven years after the Flint water crisis shocked the world, the governor who caused it will finally face justice.

Photo by Brian Rozman
Detroit Moves Toward Certifying Election Results as Trump Lawsuits Collapse

Trump's lawsuits to stop election certification aren't just meritless, argues Attorney General Dana Nessel, but also racist.

Terre Haute - Circa May 2020: SNAP and EBT Accepted here sign. SNAP and Food Stamps provide nutrition benefits to supplement the budgets of disadvantaged families.
Michigan Blocks Trump’s Efforts to Slash Food Assistance During the Pandemic

Attorney General Dana Nessel joined a coalition of states fighting to stop Trump's efforts to take food assistance away from out-of-work Michiganders.

Benson, Whitmer and Nessel, masked, address Michiganders. Photos courtesy the Office of the Governor.
Michigan Leaders: Once Again We Reassure You That the November Election Is Safe, Accurate, and Fair

Baseless concerns about the security of this election haven't deterred more than 1 million early voting Michiganders. They trust this process.

Protesters with rifles watch outside the State Capitol in Lansing, Mich., Wednesday, April 15, 2020. Flag-waving, honking protesters drove past the Michigan Capitol on Wednesday to show their displeasure with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's orders to keep people at home and businesses locked during the new coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Michigan’s Ballot Box Is Not a Shooting Range: Guns Banned at Polling Places

Here's how Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is continuing a decades long fight against armed voter intimidation.

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 07: Education Secretary Betsy DeVos participates in an event hosted by U.S. President Donald Trump with students, teachers and administrators about how to safely re-open schools during the novel coronavirus pandemic in the East Room at the White House July 07, 2020 in Washington, DC. As the number of COVID-19 cases surge across southern states like Florida, Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina and Arizona, Trump joined with guests from across the country to discuss how to responsibly return to the classroom. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Betsy DeVos Just Lost the Battle to Send Coronavirus Aid to Private Schools

Public schools have a shot at much-needed coronavirus relief after Michigan native US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos gave up her court fight Friday.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (AP Photo/Paul Sancya File)
AG Nessel Raises $3 Million to Help Michiganders Facing Energy Shutoffs

A helping hand is on its way in the form of utility payments for those looking for cheaper billing options.