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Decriminalization of Marijuana Gaining Support

It’s being called by some a “pot law tsunami.” Efforts are underway in up to a dozen more communities to decriminalize recreational marijuana use. A coalition of groups pushing to relax marijuana ordinances says you just might see the question on your local ballot this November. Last November, voters in …

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Firearm Records Bill Approved

The Michigan House has approved a package of bills that exempt firearm records from the Freedom of Information Act. The National Rifle Association is the main interest-group backer of the bills, saying in other states such information has been published with the intent of ostracizing gun owners. They also say …

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Drunk-Driving Enforcement Steps Up

The watchful eyes of law enforcement are out in force on Michigan roads through April 7th, to keep drunk drivers off the roads during Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations, the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, and high school and college spring break periods. Traditionally, the concern targeted only St. Patrick’s …

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