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Neeley: Both Sides Lack Enthusiasm For Presidential Race
Friday, May 24, 2024

Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley said this week there is a lack of enthusiasm overall for the top of the ticket as former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden are presumed to appear as the major party's candidates for president.

Nessel Joins DOJ Anti-Trust Suit Against Ticketmaster, Live Nation
Thursday, May 23, 2024

Two of the largest concert and event ticket providers are being sued by the U.S. Department of Justice for allegedly illegally monopolizing the live entertainment industry – and Attorney General Dana Nessel is all in.

Gerald Ford Airport PFAS Suit Move Back To Federal Court
Thursday, May 23, 2024

A lawsuit alleging that the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority ignored repeated demands from the state to remediate PFAS contamination found at the location and nearby residential communities has been sent back to federal court after being sent back to state court, records show.

AG Office Releases Report On Diocese Of Kalamazoo Alleged Abuse
Wednesday, May 22, 2024

The Department of Attorney General on Wednesday released a new report outlining allegations of abuse at the Diocese of Kalamazoo that includes more than a dozen members of the clergy over several decades.

Former MI Employee Sentenced For Personal Use Of State Vehicle
Monday, May 20, 2024

Rufus Chappell, a former employee of the Unemployment Insurance Agency, was sentenced on embezzlement charges Monday before a Wayne Circuit Court judge.

Senate GOP Letter Lays Into Nessel Over Oil & Gas Industry Lawsuit
Thursday, May 16, 2024

Attorney General Dana Nessel's plan to sue the fossil fuel industry is not only a political stunt but could also set a dangerous precedent in targeting political opponents through litigation in the department, the Senate Republican Caucus said Thursday.

AG: Man Who Harassed, Threatened Whitmer Pleads No Contest
Monday, May 13, 2024

A Westland man who sent "nonsensical, harassing, racist and threatening" emails to Governor Gretchen Whitmer over the course of several years pleaded no contest to one count of using a computer to commit a crime and one count of malicious use of a telecommunications service, the Department of Attorney General announced Monday.

State Police Turns Sterling Death Investigation Over To Nessel's Office
Friday, May 10, 2024

The Department of State Police on Friday said it completed its investigation into the April 27 death of Samuel Sterling who was killed after being hit by an unmarked state police car, and is turning over its report and all complied evidence to the Department of Attorney General.

McCann Bill Would Let Those With Disabilities To Join Meetings Remotely
Friday, May 10, 2024

Members of public boards with disabilities would be able to obtain accommodations to participate in public meetings and vote under the Open Meetings Act under legislation introduced Thursday by Senate Democrats.

Nessel Urges Reduced Rate Hike In DTE Gas Rate Case
Friday, May 10, 2024

Attorney General Dana Nessel filed testimony with state regulators Thursday calling for a $266 million rate increase request from DTE Gas Company to be reduced by more than half, citing expenses including reimbursement for corporate jet travel as unnecessary.

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