Daily Archives: December 1, 2019

Lawsuit Challenges Medicaid Work Requirements In Michigan – Detroit News Watch

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Four enrollees in Michigan’s Medicaid expansion program filed a lawsuit Friday challenging work requirements that are set to take effect in January, arguing that the Trump administration lacked the authority to approve the rules that undermine the Affordable Care Act. The lawsuit, brought in federal court in Washington, D.C., asks the judge to declare the federal approval ...

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Here’s Why Michigan Officials Say Opioid Overdoses Are Declining – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services recently announced a slight decline in opioid-related overdose deaths. In 2018 Michigan experienced a decrease overall: 2,599 overdose deaths, 2,036 of which were opioid-related. “This is a step in the right direction, however, there is much work to be done, particularly when it comes to disparities and access ...

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Very Good New Single “Not Me” by Shay Z

New release: Lyrics Video for the New Single “Not Me” by Shay Z. For the lyrics freaks and hip hop heads that need those words. The song “Not Me” has a faster tempo and more disco elements that will make dancing very interesting to listen to. Shay Z is planned to begin a world tour, although no detailed schedule has ...

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What You Need To Know Before You Buy Or Sell Online – Detroit News Watch

LANSING, Mich. (Detroit News Watch) – If it’s too good to be true, it probably is. That’s the message Attorney General Dana Nessel and the Better Business Bureaus of Southeastern and Western Michigan are saying Monday in a consumer alert issued ahead of the holiday season advising Michiganders of a common rip-off tactic called drop-shipping. Drop-shipping is a ploy used ...

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Prosecutor Spoiled Cases With Misconduct – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — Attorney General Dana Nessel dropped charges Monday against two men in suburban Detroit and said a former Central Michigan University student should be allowed to withdraw from a plea bargain after an investigation found misconduct by a prosecutor who handled sexual assault cases. “Today does not reflect the truthfulness of the victims in these cases but rather ...

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