As former Michigan Gov. Granholm wrote, ‘The Supreme Court has signaled tonight that if you have not yet mailed in your ballot, either do it tomorrow, or vote early in person, or drop your ballot at a drop box, not a mailbox. By Wednesday, take no chances with the mail service.’
A mural honoring late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is up on Michigan Avenue, to support racial equality and social justice. Ginsburg’s famous quote “Women belong in all places where decisions are being made,” is included in the mural.
Tonight members of Michigan's Democratic and Republican parties are reacting as the Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court in a 52-48 vote.
Gov. has no authority to continue state of emergency, Michigan Supreme Court rules
JUST IN: Michigan Supreme Court strikes down Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive orders
BREAKING: The Supreme Court blocks partisan-gerrymandering rulings from Michigan and Ohio that had required new voting maps. No noted dissents. The court will issue rulings on partisan gerrymandering in two other cases in the next few weeks.
BIG: Michigan's Supreme Court will allow an anti-gerrymandering measure on the ballot. State GOP/Chamber of Commerce had fought hard to keep it off.