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All for naught? SCOTUS and the OSHA 'ETS'

January 18, 2022

Matthew E. Christoph BridgeTower Media Newswires Let’s play a game. I will list four statements. Your task is to identify which statements are made up and which are from amicus briefs in National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Department of ...

LEGAL PEOPLE

January 18, 2022

Butzel Long Butzel attorney Darius W. Dynkowski was a featured presenter during an Oakland County Bar Association (OCBA) professional development program on Thursday, January 13. The virtual program featured a discussion on "F.P. Development v. Canton-Uprooting ...

How democracy gets eroded - lessons from a Nixon expert

January 18, 2022

Ken Hughes, University of Virginia (THE CONVERSATION) — Now that a full year has passed since the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the Capitol, the 2020 election and the republic, it’s evident that the attack never really ended. Instead, it spread out ...

How the Vietnam War pushed MLK to embrace global justice, not only civil rights at home

January 18, 2022

Anthony Siracusa, University of Colorado Boulder (THE CONVERSATION) — On July 2, 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. stood behind President Lyndon Baines Johnson as the Texan signed into law the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Although not the first civil rights ...

It's time to really make students the priority

January 18, 2022

Ben DeGrow, Mackinac Center for Public Policy These are the times that try the priorities of Michigan’s public schools. As the calendar turned to 2022, some of Michigan’s largest school districts announced a full return to remote instruction. ...

How to have the wedding you want for less

January 18, 2022

Sara Rathner, NerdWallet This one goes out to all you lovebirds who got engaged over the holidays and are now left planning a wedding with zero event-planning experience.    Somehow you’re expected to craft a day that’s traditional, ...