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Michigan law doesn’t prohibit LGBT bias, Schuette rules

 

State Rep. Jeremy Moss, D-Southfield, called the opinion an attempt to "drag our state into the darkness of the past."

“While Bill Schuette attempts to trample on the LGBTQ community in an effort to appeal to an extreme fringe in an election year, I’m confident that progress will continue to march forward without him," Moss said in a statement. "... It’s not a matter of ‘if’ we expand the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, but ‘when.’ Bill Schuette will be remembered in this moment as an antagonist on the wrong side of history.”

New bills introduced to prevent price gouging during emergencies in Michigan

 

New bills introduced Thursday would prohibit price gouging during a state of emergency in Michigan.

Emergencies include severe weather events, terrorist attacks and acts of war. The term of the emergency includes the alert issued in the National Terrorism Advisory System or the state of emergency declared by the governor.

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