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A jury in South Carolina awarded a former Clemson University student $5.3 million in connection with defamation and civil conspiracy claims he brought against three individuals stemming from false allegations of sexual misconduct.
Those term limits may change in light of a vote by the Michigan legislature on May 10 to put the issue of term limits on this year’s November ballot. The plan would permit lawmakers to serve 12 years in Lansing, and all of that time could be spent in the House or Senate, or it could be divided between the two chambers.
Citing safety concerns and the lack of scientific and public health data, on April 15, 2022, the Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) dropped its plan to allow hemp to be synthetically converted to THC.
If you had a vehicle insured at 11:59 p.m. on October 31, 2021, you are eligible to receive a $400 refund if the insurance met the minimum insurance requirements for operating a vehicle on Michigan roads.
Following the on-campus murder of a student by her non-student boyfriend at Millersville University in 2015, the victim’s parents filed a Title IX claim against the university. The claim was rejected in a lower court, but, in a significant and consequential decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reversed and held that the school could be held liable for the actions taken by a non-student guest on its campus.