Michigan has a new attorney general, so it was nice to see that he was willing to be a little more direct than he normally is. I’m not sure what his intentions are for the future of this country, but I’m hoping for something good.
Michigan’s new AG, Bill Schuette, has been promising a “new era” for our state for years now, but he may not have as much as he thinks. As the title of this post suggests, the new AG has been spending a lot of time and money hiring a whole team of lawyers.
This guy is running for office on a platform of law and money, and it’s nice to see that he has the support of the general public. I like that he is willing to be a little more direct than he normally is.
As the AG has shown, he is willing to go after the big money behind a politician. But I think that his more direct approach to the issue of money and politics puts him at odds with the rest of the state. I think the AG is more interested in trying to make sure the money is there, not in trying to make sure its there. He has also said that we should be talking about money more and not just about politics.
The AG is a good guy, but he has a lot of baggage, from his early days as a prosecutor in the prosecutor’s office to his stint as a prosecutor in the state legislature. He started off as a prosecutor with a lot of power. But he has been known to overreach and he seems to have an issue with the way money is being spent in Michigan.
While there’s nothing wrong with his position, the fact remains that he’s not taking control of the budget and the money. He is not going to be the one deciding how much money people spend on their state. That’s what the governor does. He is, at this point, just an executive. If you are a consumer you don’t have an official voice.
Michigan politicians are a lot like the state of Michigan itself. They are elected and are not going to be able to do much about that. But it is worth noting that the governor and the attorney general of Michigan are both Republicans. It is not going to be a perfect fit for either party.
This bill was introduced in the Michigan House this week by Rep. John Moolenaar (D-Bay City). It is a simple, straightforward bill. It would establish the state of Michigan as the only state with a “right to be forgotten” law that allows citizens to request the removal of websites that they find offensive. The bill is a step in the right direction, but it does not go nearly far enough.
The bill is simple. It allows citizens to ask Google to remove a website from the internet. It is simple, straightforward, and does nothing more than that. It is a clear, simple, and easily understandable step in the right direction. Unfortunately, there are a few problems with it. First, Moolenaar is not from Michigan and his bill is not even on the governor’s desk. It is instead being considered by all three branches of government in Michigan.
The governor of Michigan is not the governor of Michigan. As far as I’m aware, the governor of Michigan is the governor of the state. Furthermore, the bill was not even introduced until nearly a month after Moolenaar was hired. So unless the governor of Michigan is the governor of Michigan, he isn’t likely to get any attention from the governor of Michigan.