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Judge Says No To Kelley's Request To Remain Armed; Poll Shows Him Leading

06/17/22 02:23 PM By Emily Michienzi - Comment(s)
Judge Says No To Kelley's Request To Remain Armed; Poll Shows Him Leading
(Source: MIRS.news, Published 06/16/2022) Gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelley's attorney unsuccessfully sought a federal judge's approval to allow the candidate to carry his firearm for self-defense as he campaigns.

Perry Johnson Files Federal Lawsuit To Stay On The Ballot

06/07/22 04:45 PM By Emily Michienzi - Comment(s)
Perry Johnson Files Federal Lawsuit To Stay On The Ballot
(Source: MIRS.news, Published 06/06/2022) Lawyers with the Perry Johnson campaign filed a suit in federal court Monday asking to remain on the ballot after the Michigan Supreme Court denied a hearing last week.

Craig, Johnson, Others Officially Left Off Ballot

06/06/22 10:18 AM By Emily Michienzi - Comment(s)
Craig, Johnson, Others Officially Left Off Ballot
(Source: MIRS.news, Published 06/03/2022) The Michigan Supreme Court Friday killed James Craig, Perry Johnson and Michael Markey Jr.'s hopes that they would make it onto the August primary ballot as gubernatorial candidates.

Experts: Ruling Against 1-Person Grand Jury Means No Criminal Charges For Snyder, Others

05/20/22 09:23 AM By Emily Michienzi - Comment(s)
Experts: Ruling Against 1-Person Grand Jury Means No Criminal Charges For Snyder, Others
(Source: MIRS.news, P 05/19/2022) Could the Attorney General's criminal cases against former state officials in the Flint water crisis crumble if the Michigan Supreme Court determines the state's one-person grand jury system is unconstitutional?

Crime Survivors Unite Calling For Fast Vote On Bills Expanding Survivor Compensation

04/29/22 04:07 PM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
Crime Survivors Unite Calling For Fast Vote On Bills Expanding Survivor Compensation
Legislation extending the window for victims of violent crime to seek compensation from the state is near the finish line, pushing advocates to make a final call for its success, which they did Thursday during a vigil outside the Capitol.
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