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Michigan firm linked to election worker data breach; Detroit ends contract
The owner of an East Lansing election software firm is expected to self-surrender to authorities from Los Angeles County, California, where he’s facing at least one felony charge for a potential breach of poll worker data.
Michigan gas prices are up again. Here is why.
Several factors, from a refinery fire to a cut in oil production, are pushing Michigan’s gas prices above the national average.
Michigan Proposal 3: What changes if abortion becomes constitutional right
What to know about state of abortion today in Michigan, who supports the ballot measure and what would change if voters approve it on Nov. 8.
Tudor Dixon: What to know about the Republican taking on Michigan Gov. Whitmer
She’s conservative, targets school ‘indoctrination’ and wants to slash taxes. Here’s what to know about Tudor Dixon, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
Short lines, few problems, 1M+ absentee votes on Election Day in Michigan
In the first major election since the chaos of 2020, Michigan voters mostly opt to stay home and cast ballots absentee.
What to know on Election Day in Michigan: Where to vote, what’s on the ballot
What to know about same-day registration, the combined primary ballot, what’s at stake and more.
Michigan Supreme Court: LGBT discrimination barred under existing law
The ruling means the state now has ‘one of the strongest, most expansive civil rights laws in the country,” one advocate says.
Laws banning sodomy, gay marriage on books in Michigan. Some fear what’s next.
Justice Clarence Thomas writes that laws legalizing same-sex marriage and contraception should be revisited. If federal protections end, old Michigan laws could take effect.