Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox says the landmark health care overhaul signed into law by President Barack Obama exceeds the limits of what Washington can force Americans to do.
The Republican attorney general and gubernatorial candidate joined attorneys general from 12 other states Tuesday in suing the federal government. The lawsuit filed in federal court in Pensacola, Fla., claims the overhaul is unconstitutional.
LOUISVILLE, KY – Victoria Dunlap scored 21 points to lead fourth-seeded Kentucky into the regional semifinals of the NCAA women's tournament for the first time in 28 years with a 70-52 victory over fifth-seeded Michigan State on Monday night.
The Wildcats (27-7) moved on behind a dominant second half and a suffocating defense that held the Spartans (23-10) to 35 percent shooting while forcing 18 turnovers.
Kentucky used a 24-6 run shortly after halftime to turn a two-point game into a rout.
City of Lansing employees could have their work week cut to four days and wages capped at 36 hours under a budget plan unveiled by Mayor Virg Bernero Monday. The city is facing a $12-million budget gap. The plan also includes an early retirement option and consolidation of the city's maintenance garages. The Mayor present the 109-million dollar budget to city council Monday evening.
LANSING, MI – The Legislature could send a texting-while-driving ban to Governor Granholm's desk this week. Lawmakers have been negotiating the issue for weeks, and say they're close to a deal. A state Senate vote is expected Tuesday. And the House is expected to follow on Wednesday.