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Michigan law forces retired teachers to stop coaching

October 29, 2022

The issue is a new state law written to allow retired teachers to come back to work to help to deal with the shortage around the state. It requires them to be retired for at least nine months before taking a job with school - even a coaching job. They have to sit out for nine months to avoid cuts to their pensions.


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Michigan to pay $20M to people wrongly accused of fraud

October 21, 2022

The Michigan Supreme Court broke new ground with its 4-3 summer opinion, saying state government can be held liable when constitutional rights are violated.

Read more at St. Louis Dispatch

Mistakes That Can Void Your Homeowner’s Insurance

October 19, 2022

Avoid These Mistakes That Can Void Your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy

Peace of mind for major repairs and bad accidents is important—but there are some things you might be doing that can void your insurance that you might not even be aware of.

Read more at Lifehacker

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Medical Cannabis And Gun Ownership

October 17, 2022

Why Do Medical Cannabis And Gun Ownership Rights Conflict So Often?

Federal regulations say individuals violate the law when combining medical cannabis with gun ownership.

Read more at Benzinga

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