The ACLU sued ICE in June 2017 on behalf of Iraqi residents and their families in the U.S., after ICE agents arrested more than 100 Iraqi nationals without warning — including many who came to the U.S. as children and who’ve lived in the U.S. for decades — in raids throughout Metro Detroit.
Aimee Stephens worked as director of a Detroit-area funeral home for six years, responsible for preparing and embalming bodies. Although she is transgender, she initially hid her female appearance and identity from her employer during her employment, presenting as male. When Ms.
Public Act 436 gives unelected “emergency managers” sweeping, far-reaching powers to displace or in some cases even dissolve local governments and school districts. A coalition of civil rights groups challenged the law in federal court, and the state filed a motion to dismiss.
African Americans in Wayne County are suffering from a tax foreclosure crisis more severe than any this region has seen since the Great Depression.
For years, the Grand Rapids Police Department has solicited business owners to sign “Letters of Intent to Prosecute Trespassers.”
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