William Wagner President of Salt & Light Global (and the Great
Lakes Justice Center) Distinguished Professor Emeritus (Constitutional
Law) Former federal judge, Former federal prosecutor. SCOTUS lifts
injunction on most of President Trump’s travel ban and Choose Life
license plate bill passed by both the State house and senate .... and now
just sitting on Governor Snyder's desk. No press coverage at all on the
passage of the bill. Will the Gov veto?
Dr. Pooja Lagisetty with the Institue for Healthcare Policy and Innovation
at University of Michigan. Up to $455,000 in grants are available for
Michigan-based organizations willing to try new but proven approaches to
tackling a national opioid crisis. In April, the Blue Cross foundation
granted $75,000 to a University of Michigan doctor-pharmacist
collaborative that will serve about 50 patients. Dr. Pooja Lagisetty, lead
investigator for the study, said the goal is to learn whether a specialized
pharmacist at a UM primary care clinic, the East Ann Arbor Health Clinic,
can help primary care doctors and their patients better manage chronic
pain among patients who take “risky” levels of opioids.
Former U.S. Attorney Matthew Whitaker and director of the non-partisan ethics watchdog, The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT). Earlier this week, Fox News reported that the State Department opened a formal inquiry into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides mishandled classified information while she was the nation’s top diplomat. The State Department could pull her security clearance. FACT has filed several complaints related to Hillary and her emails. Last year, Mr. Whitaker called for special counsel to investigate Hillary, and FACT released the top ten most ethically challenged Hillary emails.