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Legislature Considers Letting Lottery Winners Stay Anonymous

Michigan residents who win multi-state lotteries could remain anonymous under a bill moving through the Legislature. The state House approved the bill 103-7 Tuesday. The bill would allow winners of multi-state games such as Mega Millions, Powerball and Lucky for Life to remain anonymous. Bill sponsor Rep. Ray Franz says the measure is needed to [...]

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Legislature Considers Letting Lottery Winners Stay Anonymous

Michigan residents who win multi-state lotteries could remain anonymous under a bill moving through the Legislature.

The state House approved the bill 103-7 Tuesday.

The bill would allow winners of multi-state games such as Mega Millions, Powerball and Lucky for Life to remain anonymous

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Legislature Considers Changes To Civil Asset Forfeiture

Legislation making it more difficult for police to seize property from people suspected of criminal activity is headed to the Michigan House.
The bills to reform the state's Civil Asset Forfeiture law would increase the amount of evidence police need before a seizure could happen and require more detailed reporting regarding forfeited property

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