Monthly Archives: October 2016

Michigan Senate Passes Legislation For Bicyclists

Sometimes it takes a tragedy to draw attention to something that needs to change. In the same way that it took widespread media coverage of the Maryanne Godboldo case to instigate change in how CPS can enforce medication orders from

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No DUI For Intoxicated Amish Horse and Buggy Drivers

For many people, the word ‘Amish’ is synonymous with a number of things. Hard work, beards, farming, horse-drawn buggies and religion being the more common associations. Drunk driving, however, is not usually something one associates with the Amish, and with

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Results From The Latest Michigan Drunk Driving Crackdown

During the weeks leading up to Labor Day, the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign took place all over Michigan. Officers from multiple agencies, including the Michigan State Police and local agencies across our state all participated. The results

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