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Michigan Lawmakers Duke It Out Over Vaporizers
Michigan minors may soon be banned from purchasing e-cigarettes. However, the verbiage of recent legislation, which in its most basic form is aimed at protecting children from the potential hazards of these devices, has some people concerned over how these smoking alternatives will be marketed to ad…
Michigan Considering Legalized Ticket Scalping
Michigan lawmakers are considering a measure aimed at repealing a 1940’s law that makes scalping tickets illegal. The State Senate Government Operations Committee is schedule to meet this week to discuss legalizing ticket scalping, which most artists and concert venues consider to be a underha…
How to Handle Michigan Cops During a Traffic Stop
Michigan law enforcement agencies are preparing to beef up patrols across the state for their annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign. You know the routine: police officers will be looking to stop motorists not wearing seatbelts and issue citations...
Revenge Porn Could Soon Be Banned In Michigan
Revenge porn, the slimy art of posting sexually explicit photos or videos of an ex on the Internet, could soon be banned in Michigan. State lawmakers recently introduced a piece of legislation that would make it illegal to post smut captured during past relationships without written consent.
Michigan Lawmakers Debate Saliva Tests for Stoned Driving
Michigan police may soon be using spit swabs to test motorists for stoned driving. In a hearing scheduled for later today, medical marijuana advocates and their opposing forces will debate the issue of allowing law enforcement to use saliva testing as a means for determining marijuana intoxication.
Michigan Cities to Vote on Recreational Marijuana
Recreational marijuana could soon be a reality in several more Michigan cities. Pot proponents across the state say they have gathered enough signatures to put the issue of recreational reefer on the ballot in the upcoming elections, giving stoners along the Great Lakes a reason to register to vote.

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