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Politics & Government
3:10 pm
Fri May 24, 2013

Changes in store for no-fault insurance coverage?

The Michigan capitol
Lester Graham Michigan Radio

The Michigan Supreme Court has set some new limits on expenses that can be claimed under auto no-fault insurance coverage by people injured in car crashes. 

Kenneth Admire used handicapped-accessible vans since a 1987 auto accident. Three times before, his insurance company paid the entire cost of the modified vehicles.

This last time, though, the company said it would pay for the modifications, but Admire has to buy the van.

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Politics & Government
3:22 pm
Mon April 29, 2013

Is it time to expand workplace safety regulations in Michigan?

In Lansing, dozens of people attended a reading of names of people who died on the job in Michigan last year
Steve Carmody/Michigan Radio

Union leaders are applauding a promise by state Democratic lawmakers to reinstate workplace safety regulations in Michigan.

The names of dozens of Michigan workers who died on the job were read aloud during a ceremony in Lansing. There are about 120 deaths in the workplace every year in Michigan.

Karla Swift is the president of the state AFL-CIO. She says Michigan workers need good safety regulations in place to protect them on the job "so that they come home after a day’s work in the same condition that they left in." 

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Offbeat
5:07 pm
Mon December 6, 2010

High Court rules on "bizarre" toilet paper dispenser case

The Michigan Supreme Court
Michigan Supreme Court court.mi.gov

The Associated Press reports "the Michigan Supreme Court, in a 4-3 order, has refused to throw out Sheri Schooley's lawsuit against Texas Roadhouse in suburban Detroit."

Schooley sued the restaurant after a mishap with a toilet paper dispenser.  Schooley said she was injured in the restroom at the Texas Roadhouse.

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