Feds Place Michigan Medical Marijuana Laws In Jeopardy

In spite of the significant progress that medical marijuana advocates have made in states such as Michigan, the United States Justice Department has clearly stated its intention to enforce federal prohibitions against state authorized marijuana production and distribution networks. Though the medical marijuana community had taken solace from a 2009 Department of Justice memorandum, which…

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Michigan No-Fault Law in Danger

The Michigan legislature is feverishly working to banish the no-fault law currently on the books. Banishing this law could cost people in Michigan a significant amount of money. This is a hot topic for Michigan residents dealing with accident laws concerning injured drivers. The current no-fault law allows accident victims, who suffer from serious injuries,…

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The New Michigan State Worker’s Compensation and Unemployment Commission Has Formed.

Starting in August 2012, the Michigan Worker’s Compensation Appellate Commission will merge with the Michigan Employment Security Board of Review. This new state agency comes as a result of an executive order that was recently signed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. The new commission will focus on appeals that are related to Michigan workers comp…

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