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OPINION: Countering voter suppression

When the Voting Rights Act was attacked, too many tuned out and turned off from the details, although leaders like Barbara Arnwine of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights under Law warned we would begin to feel the effects of this legal setback with various forms of voter suppression. ...

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OPINON: Things you need to know about probate court

By Atty. Rohn Mitchell Special to the Michigan Citizen Even as a child, as far back as you can remember, you demanded the right to make decisions for yourselves. Independence — the freedom to choose and the right to decide — are at the foundation of individual entitlement and human dignity. Even when we have matured and aged, the exercise of independence in choosing the medical treatment we receive or medic ...

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OPINION: Concussions and domestic violence — Study the link

By Jesse Jackson Trice Edney Newswire Roger Goodell, commissioner of the National Football League, by his own analysis has received justifiable criticism for the NFL’s incoherent policies on domestic violence, and for his own errors in the case of Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens running back caught on video knocking out his wife. In addition to Rice, Jonathan Dwyer, the Arizona Cardinals running back, was ar ...

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