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MICHIGAN LAW IN THE NEWS

What to know about Michigan’s fireworks rules ahead of Fourth of July weekend

Under the state’s fireworks law, last updated in late 2018, consumer fireworks are permissible statewide until 11:45 p.m. each evening from June 29 through July 4.

Read more at mLive.com

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Kent County law enforcement agencies launch $25M upgrades to dispatch system

Public safety agencies have also upgraded web-based Incident Status Monitors to provide easy access for anyone wanting to know where public safety resources are being deployed.

Read more at Fox17

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High Court Denies Sentence Reduction to Light Crack Offenses

Crack cocaine offenders are only eligible for reduced sentences under the First Step Act if they were convicted of a drug possession charge that came with a mandatory minimum sentence, the Supreme Court ruled

Read more at Courthouse News

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Michigan Legislature Passes Bills Exempting Certain PPE from Sales and Use Tax

Because the legislation is retroactive to March 10 of last year, it contains a provision allowing eligible purchasers to request a refund of sales and use taxes paid for purchases of PPES

Read more at The National Law Review

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So Michigan wants to hold back your third grader.

The letters containing the bad news are being delivered by certified mail to the parents of 3,324 students.

Read more at Chalkbeat Detroit

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