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$595 Million Paid Out In Faulty Ignition Switch Cases

The General Motors ignition switch compensation fund paid a total compensation of nearly $595 million. Washington Attorney Kenneth Feinberg was in charge of the fund. His firm reports over 90-percent of owners involved in accidents due to a faulty ignition switch accepted offers from GM. All of the 124 death …

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CARE Act Passes State Senate

A measure requiring hospitals give detailed discharge instructions to family caregivers has cleared the Michigan Senate. The bill is called the CARE Act. AARP Michigan is pushing the legislation. The AARP’s Lisa Dedden-Cooper says it would go a long way in helping people with little medical training provide basic care …

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Epipen Legislation Headed to Gov's Desk

Businesses could keep lifesaving epinephrine injectors on hand in case an employee or customer has an allergic reaction, under a bill that’s now bound for the governor. The legislation passed the House in September and cleared the Senate Thursday. The bill’s sponsor, State Representative Lisa Posthumus Lyons, says a business …

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