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Hutaree militia defendant pleads guilty in Michigan

DETROIT (Reuters) – One of nine members of a Midwestern militia group that prosecutors have accused of plotting to kill police to spark a wider war against the U.S. government pleaded guilty on Monday to weapons charges, prosecutors said. Joshua John Clough, 29, formerly of Blissfield Township, Michigan, was among…

Medical marijuana clinic owner charged with trading pot for votes

The owner of a medical marijuana clinic in Michigan is facing criminal charges this week after it offered a half-gram of free weed in exchange for patients registering to vote. Shekina Pena, 34, owner of the Your Healthy Choice Clinic in Lansing, Mich., was officially charged on Monday with “Influencing…

Why Yes, Virginia, You Can Be Barred From Getting A Degree If You Won’t Do The Work

Julea Ward was a counseling student at Eastern Michigan University, and a devout Christian. The requirements of the program she entered complied with the American Counseling Association’s Code of Ethics. In part, a counselor is required to engage with clients who may possess values, whether cultural or religious, that differ…

It’s The Biggest Day In The World

Ohio State vs. Michigan today. (I’ve been in law school long enough that I initially wrote that Ohio State v. Michigan, Jesus.) I do have to give Michigan credit – there’s an anti-global climate change initiative called Stop the Buckeye focused on stopping the climate changes that are bringing the…

Your Day In Race

In Michigan, there’s a proposal (#2) on the ballot to permit stem cell research in the state. The “no” side has financed a series of ads talking about genetic research gone amok, presuming that we’ll somehow turn Michigan into a charmingly Midwestern Gattaca if it goes forward. It also makes…

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