Attorney General Bill Schuette vowed at the Republican National Convention in mid-July that “justice is coming to Flint” after government agencies were blamed for the city’s water contamination crisis.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is going after the pensions of 12 ex-Detroit Public School officials convicted of bribery in a $2.7 million kickback scheme.
Attorney General Bill Schuette’s office received at least 15 complaints addressing water quality concerns in Flint — some sent a year before Schuette announced a criminal investigation into the lead contamination crisis, according to documents shared with The Detroit News.
Michigan has paid more than $378 million in lawsuit judgments and settlements over the past decade, a new report from the Senate Fiscal Agency shows.
From 2014-15, the most recent Fiscal Year from which data is available, the state paid $41,761,052 in lawsuit settlements and judgments.
Attorney General Bill Schuette spent more than $2 million in the first six months of his Flint water crisis investigation on a team of attorneys, investigators and support personnel that totaled 42 people in June, according to records obtained by The Detroit News.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette filed two emergency motions on Wednesday requesting injunctions against a recent federal court ruling that would allow straight-ticket voting in the November election.
Michigan taxpayers paid significantly less last year to settle lawsuits against their state government than they did in recent years, but more than they typically have over the last decade.
Attorney General Bill Schuette has taken a small step toward launching a long-expected campaign for the governor’s office in 2018 by recently changing the name of his campaign committee to “Bill Schuette for Michigan.”