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Kyle Bird
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AG Sessions Aims to Punish People, Not Solve Problems

Reform Rollback On May 12, 2017, Attorney General Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions announced he was rolling back the Obama Administration’s drug offense sentencing guidelines promulgated under former Attorney General Eric Holder. Attorney General Sessions stated in his memo to the Department of Justice that, "prosecutors should charge and pursue the most serious, readily provable offense", and that, "The most serious offenses…



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Felicia Copeny
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Flint: A Forgotten Crisis

Does anyone remember the Flint water crisis? Did you know that it is still happening? As you read these words, my city is still without clean water. We are three years into a situation with no end in sight. It all started back in April, 2014 when the emergency manager, appointed by the state, decided to switch the water from…



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George
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Trott Takes Pride Foreclosing on Michigan Families, Makes Millions

“Encompassing highly skilled teams, our mortgage foreclosure department prides itself on efficiency and a passionate commitment to accuracy.” That’s how Trott Law describes its most lucrative revenue stream, the one that made Dave Trott the richest member of the 2014 Congressional freshman class. He cashed out of Trott Law to the tune of $73.5 million, which means that he personally…