Flint residents who filed a class-action lawsuit related to the water crisis got good news and bad news on Wednesday.
A Canadian oil company is suing the American government for denying the Keystone XL pipeline.
Aldo Seoane is the Co-founder of the Wicaheli League, and an advocate for indigenous peoples rights.
Seoane said while the legal issues are being handled in court, there is a voice going unheard.
Two former aides to state Representatives Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat have filed a federal whistleblower lawsuit against the Michigan House of Representatives.
Logo of the EPA
The Environmental Protection Agency’s recent Waters of the United States rule, or WOTUS, is facing heavy scrutiny from around the country.
WOTUS is intended to clarify which water bodies are protected by the Clean Water Act. Instead it’s prompted a heated debate.
The US Supreme Court is nearing the end of its term, and a number of important opinions are expected over the next few weeks. Continue reading