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Ingham County commissioners are looking to condemn what they labeled as “racially charged” statements made by 54-B District Court Judge Andrea Larkin against mixing college students with those facing “more dangerous” felonies from Lansing. more
(The authors, 54B District judges Andrea Larkin and Richard Ball of East Lansing, are responding to the news article in last week’s City Pulse on Larkin’s views on mixing college students and accused felons from Lansing in a proposed consolidated justice system in Ingham County.) more
“They ignore the voiced concerns of township citizens about the need to have a well-qualified candidate with financial management skills selected and to not break the trust the citizens have in their elected officials by turning the selected process into a purely political appointment,” Dreyfus told City Pulse. more
“I’ve never understood this concept of big government being equated to good government, especially in terms of the courts,” Larkin said. “We have these three branches of government. Our goal is to deliver fair and impartial justice, and we’re doing that. more
Lansing City Council — in an effort to skirt past an ordinance that bans alcohol within city buildings — declared a public health emergency yesterday. Officials said the maneuver was the only way to temporarily rewrite the laws and allow the Firecracker Foundation to serve alcohol at its largest fundraiser of the year. more
Ten dispensaries in Lansing are one step closer to state-level licensure after local officials reinterpreted a court order and granted them conditional approval to sell medical marijuana in the city. more
There was a tremendous desire for change in the country in 2016, as there is pretty much every year, truth be told. But he represented that and spoke to the hopes and frustrations of a lot of people who are no longer living the lives they expected to lead. more
By an 8-0 vote, the City Council’s Committee of the Whole has recommended the appointment of David Lenz, of Lansing, to serve on the BWL board of directors through 2021. more
54-B District Court Judge Andrea Larkin is under fire after suggesting that she wants to protect college students from jailbirds facing “more dangerous” felonies within the city of Lansing. more
East Lansing Judge Andrea Larkin wants to protect college students from Lansing jailbirds. more
The doors at Waterfront Bar & Grill are still open, but likely not for long. Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Joyce Draganchuk tossed out a lawsuit on Wednesday that the riverside restaurant had levied against the Lansing Entertainment and Public Facilities Authority. more
The city of Lansing, faced with the possibility of losing a lawsuit, will pay thousands of dollars to an unnamed former employee, who city officials said suffered “extensive” injuries while on the job. more
Congregation Shaarey Zedek (meaning ‘Gates of Righteousness’) recently celebrated the 100th anniversary of the signing of its Articles of Association. After merging with a younger congregation in the 1930s, together they grew large enough to plan for a permanent home in the 1960s. more
Three trustees — Nancy Deal, Sarah Belanger and Christopher Lewis — were able to survive the recall effort. But Greg Talberg, the school board’s president, lost to Karen Potter, an opponent of the board’s controversial trnsgender policies. As a result, there could be enough support to amend or eliminate the policies. more
Michigan’s incoming governor, secretary of state and attorney general are women. A record 51 women are coming to the state Legislature, topping the previous record of 37 by 46 percent. Michigan’s female U.S. senator was reelected. Both new members of Congress are women. more
After a four-hour hearing on Friday, Michigan Court of Claims Judge Stephen L. Borrello left in place his temporary restraining order against a state-mandated shutdown of more than 200 unlicensed dispensaries across Michigan. He said he hopes to finalize a more permanent ruling “soon. more
Fiber-speed internet connections are poised to spread rapidly throughout the capital city as officials at the Lansing Board of Water & Light look to adjust their policies on utility pole attachments. more
Meijer has Pat Gillespie’s back against a wall. more
The uncertain future facing license-pending medical marijuana dispensaries will continue to hang in the balance, at least over the weekend, while a judge mulls over arguments at today’s hearing on a potential statewide shutdown. more
At least a few pot shops could soon line the edges of East Lansing after its City Council collectively agreed to dip their toes into the lucrative waters of retail medical marijuana sales. more
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