A legal drama over Michigan’s November election ballot could land next on the steps of the United States Supreme Court. A federal appeals court has denied Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette’s request for a review of the straight-ticket voting controversy.
The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on Bill Schuette's plan to appeal his straight-ticket voting case to the Supreme Court.
The Genesee County prosecutor is asking judges to make sure two dozen felons sentenced as juveniles to life without parole don’t have a chance at freedom. That’s despite two US Supreme Court decisions that struck down juvenile lifer laws like Michigan’s.