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.
Kalamazoo may need No. 2 plan as state moves to override city’s repeal of decency law. The city of Kalamazoo made national news after it decriminalized public urination, defecation and littering in July.
State not federal policy guides US autonomous driving
September 19, 2022
Since 2012, the federal government has published voluntary guidance that empowers states to create AV statutory frameworks that may incentivise autonomous driving activities based on their risk tolerance.
Michigan's no-fault overhaul does not apply to previous crash survivors
August 29, 2022
A Michigan Court of Appeals panel ruled Thursday that new medical cost controls in Michigan's recent overhaul of its no-fault auto insurance system are unconstitutional and do not apply retroactively to crash victims whose accidents occurred before the 2019 change in the law.
Prior to October 2021, drivers couldn’t be punished for passing a bus unless an officer caught them in the act. After a new law was passed, that all changed. Police can now use video recordings captured by a school bus when an officer isn’t present to issue a citation.