Justice Richard Bernstein told Attorney General Bill Schuette's representative at today's Michigan Supreme Court (MSC) hearing that the AG's stance against allowing a redistricting reform ballot proposal on the Nov. 6 ballot is "so against the people."
Also, Justices Beth Clement and Kurtis Wilder -- the two GOP-appointed justices facing election this fall -- were silent today during the court's special session to determine the fate of Voters Not Politicians (VNP), which hands the current legislatively drawn redistricting process to an independent commission.
A recent filing in the civil lawsuit between Michigan State University and victims of former sports medicine physician Larry Nassar reveals more details regarding the parties' historic $500 million settlement, including a controversial provision that required the end of legislation inspired by the sexual misconduct scandal.
Hundreds of young women and girls sexually abused by former MSU sports doctor Larry Nassar received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award by ESPN on Wednesday.
In a dramatic walk to the stage, 140 women and girls, including Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman, assembled to a standing ovation and the song "I Can't Keep Quiet" by MILCK.
Research Development and Grant Writing News, Volume 8, Issue 11, July 15, 2018, is now available for the MSU community to review.
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Michigan is the only state in the nation that failed to meet federal special education requirements and requires intervention, according to a U.S. Department of Education evaluation.
Federal education officials rated Michigan's annual performance on meeting the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA, for the 2016-17 school year as "needs intervention."
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I will be doing a free webinar on the Library of Michigan grants and tips on grant proposal writing at 2:00 PM on Thursday, August 30th.
Cliff Haka joined MSU Libraries in 1982 as an Information Librarian and later became the Head of the Information/Reference Department from 1985-1987. He went on to become the Assistant Director for Access Services from 1987-1991 and then the Assistant Director for Administrative Services from 1991-1997 before taking on the role as Director of Libraries in 1997.