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MICHIGAN LAW IN THE NEWS

Coronavirus order chaos in Michigan: Here’s where things stand

One thing the Supreme Court ruling did not strike down was the authority for local health departments to issue their own orders, and several did. On Monday afternoon, after a full weekend of uncertainty, Michigan’s health department, drawing power from a different law, issued its own order, keeping in place three major pillars of the governor’s orders.

Read more at Click On Detroit

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Michigan Voter ID Laws Explained

Producing photo identification has been required since 1996.

Read more at Patch

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More Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies Enforcing Bicycle Safety

Results from the bicyclist safety enforcement week campaign in five cities – Dearborn, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Muskegon, and Warren – have been released.

Read more at The Sun Times News

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Michigan criminal record expungement bills head to Whitmer's desk

Legislation that would pave the way for more people to clear their criminal records from public view as well as automate the process for certain offenses.

Read more at the Detroit Free Press

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Car Dealer Bill Restricts Competition and Limits Consumer Choice

The right of a car company to sell its products directly to consumers is an issue that resonates with people from a wide variety of ideological perspectives.

Read more at Mackinac Center For Public Policy

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