AG Nessel Argues Before Michigan Supreme Court On Major Gay Rights CaseMichigan's attorney general on Wednesday asked the state Supreme Court to overturn key decisions and extend the state's anti-discrimination law to gays and lesbians.
Michigan State Police Search, Seize Records From Home Of Chatfield's Former Chief Of StaffState police on Tuesday searched and took materials from the Lansing-area home of a couple who worked as top aides to Lee Chatfield when he was speaker of the Michigan House.
Michigan Man Claims To Be Sovereign Citizen, Charged In Check CaseA southeastern Michigan man who prosecutors said claimed to be a sovereign citizen of the United States has been charged after sending three $1 million checks to the state to pay his taxes, authorities announced Thursday.
AG Nessel Warns Michiganders To Avoid Romance Scams As Valentine's DayAs Valentine's day approaches, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is warning Michigan residents to avoid romance scams as they are making last-minute purchases or setting up dates.
AG Nessel To Assist With Investigation Of Ex-Speaker Lee ChatfieldThe Michigan attorney general's office said Monday it is now assisting local and state police who are investigating allegations of sexual assault and financial misconduct against former legislative leader Lee Chatfield.
AG Nessel Seeks To Investigate Eli Lilly For High Insulin PricesMichigan's attorney general said Wednesday she sought court approval to investigate Eli Lilly and Co., accusing the drugmaker of charging excessive prices for insulin medications used to treat diabetes.
Oxford School District Declines AG Nessel's Offer To Probe School ShootingThe Oxford Community School District has declined Attorney General Dana Nessel's offer to conduct a third-party review of the shooting that occurred at Oxford High School last week.
Third Party To Investigate Oxford High School's Actions Leading Up To ShootingA third party will investigate events at Oxford High School that occurred before a school shooting that left four students dead and six other students and a teacher wounded, the Michigan district's superintendent said, with the Michigan attorney general responding Sunday that her office could conduct it.
AG Nessel: Redistricting Panel Shouldn't Have Met Privately To Discuss MemosMichigan's redistricting commission should not have held a private meeting to discuss memos related to racially polarized voting and the federal Voting Rights Act's requirement that people have an opportunity to elect minority candidates, Attorney General Dana Nessel said on Monday, Nov. 22.
Michigan AG Says She Drank Too Much At Football TailgateMichigan's attorney general apologized Wednesday, Nov. 10, and said she drank too much booze before last month's Michigan-Michigan State football game.
AG Nessel: Glamping Company Pleads No Contest To Fraud In Antrim CountyMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced a company that advertised upscale camping experiences pleaded no contest to fraud in Antrim County Circuit Court.