In a key ruling, the state's anti-discrimination law was extended to also include formal protections based on sexual orientation.
The Michigan Supreme Court outlawed automatic life sentences for people who were 18 when they participated in first-degree murder.
Thousands of people who were wrongly accused of fraud when seeking unemployment benefits can seek financial relief from the state.
It's the latest salvo since the Michigan Supreme Court in June said a one-person grand jury had no authority under state law to return indictments against former Gov. Rick Snyder and eight other people.
The Michigan Supreme Court signaled Friday that there will be no summer decision in a high-stakes dispute over paying court costs.
Citing “confusion” over the legality abortions in Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has asked the state Supreme Court to weigh in—and quickly.
While court battles wage over the future of abortion access, a petition could put that right to a majority vote of the people.
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